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College Faculty in the News: April 9, 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.

"2021's Most Relaxed Cities in America"
LawnStarter, April 7, 2021
Professor Jack Bauer, Department of Psychology.

"For autocrats like Vladimir Putin, ruthless repression is often a winning way to stay in power"
The Conversation, April 7, 2021
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center.

"How some people can end up living at airports for months - even years - at a time"
CNN Travel, April 6, 2021
Professor Janet Bednarek, Department of History.

"'It’s dead man walking': Post Bulletin investigation reveals mistreatment of Minnesota inmates during pandemic"
Post Bulletin, March 30, 2021
Professor Martha Hurley, Director of Criminal Justice Studies Program.

"Rep. Mike Turner Launches Listening Tour as he Mulls Ohio U.S. Senate Bid"
Spectrum News 1, March 29, 2021
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science.

"Dayton Philharmonic to perform next concert April 17 at Schuster Center", March 26, 2021
Professor Sharon Davis Gratto, Director, World Music Choir. Graul Chair in Arts and Languages.

Top of page, top row (l to r): Jack Bauer, Janet Bednarek, Christopher Devine. Bottom row (l to r): Sharon Davis Gratto, Martha Hurley, Shelley Inglis.

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