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College Faculty in the News: May 10, 2022

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.

"Black Catholic nuns: A compelling, long-overlooked history"
The Associated Press, April 30, 2022
Associate professor Shannen Dee Williams, Department of History

"Why Trump's candidate in Ohio is doing so much better than his pick in Georgia"
Yahoo! News, April 28, 2022
Professor Joseph Valenzano, Department of Communication

"Symposium highlights social justice work in area"
Dayton Daily News, April 24, 2022
Executive director Nancy McHugh, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community
Leslie H. Picca, Roesch Chair in the Social Sciences

"Churches can build relationships across region's racial divisions"
Dayton Daily News, April 24, 2022
Kelly S. Johnson, 
Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture
Vincent Miller, Fr. Ferree Chair of Social Justice

"Accountability for alleged war crimes in Ukraine likely a long way off"
Crux, April 22, 2022
Executive Director Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

"Africa’s tepid response to Ukraine war highlights shortcomings of U.S. diplomacy", April 22, 2022
Professor Julius Amin, Department of History

"Religion and Ohio politics: How religious leaders walk the line on IRS rules about campaigning in places of worship", April 19, 2022
Professor Vincent Miller, Department of Religious Studies

"Former Ohio Gov. Taft talks partisanship, Donald Trump, death penalty"
Cincinnati Enquirer, April 16, 2022
Distinguished Research Associate Bob Taft, Department of Political Science

"University of Dayton professor works on creating 3D update to fingerprinting"
ASEE First Bell, April 12, 2022
Professor Partha Banerjee, Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics

Top of page (l-r), top row: Shannen Dee Williams, Partha Banerjee, Leslie Picca, Julius Amin, Shelley Inglis. Bottom row: Vincent Miller, Kelly Johnson, Bob Taft, Nancy McHugh, Joseph Valenzano.

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