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College Faculty in the News: November 10, 2020

News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues. This media coverage highlights the service, research and scholarship taking place in the College of Arts and Sciences. Find links to a number of recent stories below.

"Catholics voice both elation and alarm over Biden/Harris victory"
Crux, November 8, 2020
Associate Professor Neomi De Anda, Department of Religious Studies.

"IDEAS: Early lessons from this election in red and blue"
Dayton Daily News, November 8, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Recount expected in a handful of close states"
WGN America News Nation, November 7, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"MODERATOR: What are your hopes for this nation?"
Dayton Daily News, November 8, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Libertarian Party Could Play a Big Role in Trump's Impending Defeat, But Party Chair Says They're Not to Blame"
Newsweek, November 7, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Changing electorate changes battleground states"
WDTN-TV Dayton OH, November 7, 2020
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, Department of Political Science.

"Political Experts: No Proof of Voter Fraud, Litigation Could Last Weeks"
WHIO-TV Dayton OH, November 6, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Ohio experts, elected officials react to Trump’s claims of voter fraud"
Dayton Daily News, November 6, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Why 2020 election is much like 2000 Gore v. Bush race"
WDTN-TV Dayton OH, November 5, 2020
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Most local counties went for Trump. What does that say about Ohio?"
Dayton Daily News, November 5, 2020
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, Department of Political Science.

"Voting experts: 2020 election in Ohio smooth but reforms needed"
Dayton Daily News, November 4, 2020
Former Governor Robert Taft, Distinguished Research Associate. College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education and Health Sciences.

"It may be days to declare winner in presidential election"
ABC22/Fox45 Dayton OH, November 4, 2020
Lecturer Daniel Birdsong, Department of Political Science.

"Previewing election night"
WBNS-TV, Columbus OH, November 4, 2020
Associate Professor Nancy Martorano Miller, Department of Political Science. Associate Director, University Honors Program.

"Online scams on the rise during pandemic"
Dayton Daily News, November 3, 2020
Distinguished Research Professor Rusty Baldwin, Department of Computer Science.

"Election Day: 'It’s going to be an intense day'"
Dayton Daily News, November 2, 2020
Former Governor Robert Taft, Distinguished Research Associate. College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education and Health Sciences.

"Cities prepare for possible violence amid uncertainty about election results"
WJLA-TV, Washington DC, November 2, 2020
Associate Professor Mark Ensalaco, Department of Political Science.

"Plans in place to keep peace at the polls locally"
Dayton Daily News, October 28, 2020
Assistant Professor Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, Department of History.

"Reimagining U.S. Catholicism Today"
Commonweal Conversations (YouTube), October 26, 2020
Associate Professor Neomi De Anda, Department of Religious Studies.

Top of page, top row (l to r): Rusty Baldwin, Daniel Birdsong, Neomi De Anda, Christopher Devine. Bottom row (l to r): Mark Ensalaco, Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, Nancy Martorano Miller, Robert Taft. 

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