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College Faculty in the News: Dec. 10, 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.

"Commentary: My Advent pilgrimage to the gravesite of Sister Thea Bowman"
Catholic News Service, Dec, 8, 2021
Associate Professor Shannen Dee Williams, Department of History

"Marcano: Why do we hate?"
Dayton Daily News, Dec. 5, 2021
Associate Professor Art Jipson, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work

"Shoots of democracy: Gambia’s first election without dictator on ballot"
The Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 1, 2021
Satang Nabaneh, Director of Programs for Human Rights Center

"What can schools do to navigate the effects of long COVID?"
K-12 Dive, Nov. 30, 2021
Associate Professor Julie Walsh-Messinger, Department of Psychology

"University of Dayton Conference will examine pandemic's effects on human rights issues"
91.3 WYSO, Nov. 30, 2021
Professor Shelley Inglis, Executive Director of the Human Rights Center

"A new building at the University of Dayton for the arts"
NBC-TV 2, Nov. 22, 2021
Associate Professor Julia Randel, Department of Music

"Rittenhouse acquittal magnifies divisions in a polarized America"
The Washington Post, Nov. 19, 2021
Associate Professor Art Jipson, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work

"University of Dayton students gain hands-on experience with computing, research"
Ohio Supercomputer Center, Nov. 18, 2021
Professor Muhammad Usman, Department of Mathematics 

"Civics 101 on gerrymandering"
New Hampshire Public Radio, Nov. 16, 2021
Associate Professor Nancy Miller, Department of Political Science

"What is COP26?"
Morning Wave (Busan, South Korea), Nov. 12
Professor Shelley Inglis, Executive Director of the Human Rights Center

"Editorial: Kamala Harris, the incredible disappearing vice president"
Los Angeles Times, Nov. 10, 2021
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science

"University of Dayton professor cautions current energy use will overshoot Earth's finite limits"
Cincinnati Edition (91.7 WVXU and 88.5 WMUB), Nov. 2, 2021
Professor Ben McCall, Executive Director of the Hanley Sustainability Institute

Top of page (l-r), top row: Shannen Dee Williams, Art Jipson, Shelley Inglis, Muhammad Usman, Satang Nabaneh. Bottom row: Ben McCall, Julia Randel, Christopher Devine, Julie Walsh-Messinger, Nancy Miller.

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