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College Faculty in the News: March 25, 2021

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.

"Citizenship for the ‘Dreamers’? 6 essential reads on DACA and immigration reform"
The Conversation, March 23, 2021
Associate Professor Miranda Hallett, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work.

"The Memo: America faces long war with extremism"
The Hill, March 19, 2021
Associate Professor Paul Becker, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work.

"Da-na-na-na-Dun-daa-na-na: The story behind CBS’s iconic NCAA tournament theme song"
Yahoo Sports, March 18, 2021
Assistant Professor Stefanie Acevedo, Department of Music.

"Doing your part to spread the message" (pdf)
CNN World, March 17, 2021
Human Rights Center, Executive Director Shelley Inglis.

"The truth about St. Patrick’s Day"
The Conversation, March 16, 2021
Professor James Farrelly, Department of English.

"Know Your Enemy: Hate Groups; then Kyle J. Smith of Determination, INC: Rise UP!"
KKFI/90.1 FM, Kansas City Community Radio, March 15, 2021
Associate Professor Paul Becker, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work.

"The Anatomy of a Strategic Communication Plan" (pdf)
Nonprofit Communications Report, p. 7, March 2021
Dave Larsen, Communication Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences Office of the Dean.

Top of page, top row (l to r): Stefanie Acevedo, Paul Becker, James Farrelly. Bottom row (l to r): Miranda Hallett, Shelley Inglis, Dave Larsen.

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In memoriam: Ron Katsuyama, professor of psychology

Ron Katsuyama, a human rights activist and professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology, died March 2. He was 76.

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University of Dayton communication professor writing textbook guided by student voices

University of Dayton professor Jon Hess is writing an interpersonal communication textbook with a twist. Hess and colleague, Elizabeth Baiocchi-Wagner, a former University of Portland adjunct professor of communication who now works in industry, are testing the textbook with their students during the 2021 spring semester, prior to the book’s publication.

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