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News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Research December 01, 2020
Young adults experience lingering COVID symptoms too

A new preliminary study contradicts the perception that lingering COVID-19 symptoms mostly affect middle-aged adults, with evidence that a majority of young adults also experience chest pain, breathing difficulty, headaches, diarrhea, loss of smell or taste and other complications for weeks after diagnosis, according to new research led by University of Dayton assistant professor of psychology Julie Walsh-Messinger, along with Noah Greenspan and Marcella Debidda of the Pulmonary Wellness Foundation, and Dr. Dolores Malaspina of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

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Students November 24, 2020
UD launching Military and Veteran Advisory Committee

The University of Dayton, a Military Friendly gold designated institution, is launching a new Military and Veteran Advisory Committee to help ensure veterans and service members attending and working at UD receive the services and programs they need to be successful.

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Diversity and Inclusion November 23, 2020
Procurement for the common good

As businesses, hospitals, governments and schools scrambled this spring to find the supplies they so desperately needed to face the COVID-19 crisis, the University of Dayton turned to and expanded its network of vendors, including many underrepresented companies.

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Faculty and Staff November 20, 2020
UD in the news Nov. 13-20

The Dayton Daily News highlighted UD's enrollment gains despite the pandemic. Felix Fernando in the Hanley Sustainability Institute weighed in on climate change for Mashable and Simanti Dasgupta in anthropology was part of a conversation on the UN trafficking protocol.

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Campus and Community November 19, 2020
Undergrads to deliver Christmas on Campus at home

In a typical year, the University of Dayton welcomes more than 1,000 Dayton Public Schools children to watch a tree lighting, jump on Santa’s lap for photos and sip free hot chocolate while admiring reindeer during the annual Christmas on Campus celebration.

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Humanities and Social Sciences November 13, 2020
UD in the news Nov. 6-13

UD faculty experts continued to provide post-election analysis for news outlets nationwide, including Catholic publication Crux, USA Today, NBC News, WGN America News Nation and Newsweek. National and local outlets highlighted the new bachelor's plus law degree tracks.

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Humanities and Social Sciences November 09, 2020
University of Dayton adds 5-year fast-tracks to bachelor's, law degrees

Aspiring criminal justice studies and philosophy majors thinking about law school can get their bachelor's and law degrees in five years instead of the traditional seven at the University of Dayton, thanks to fast-track programs that will save students tuition and living expenses.

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Faculty and Staff November 06, 2020
UD in the news Oct. 30-Nov. 6

CBS News, NBC News, The Conversation, Al Jazeera English, Sinclair Broadcasting Group, ABC News in Australia, Newsy and several Dayton-area news outlets sought UD political science, law and human rights expertise about the presidential election. Several served as on-air analysts on the day of and day after the election.

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Business October 30, 2020
UD in the news Oct. 23-30

In a Q&A with the Dayton Business Journal, UD President Eric F. Spina said 'flexibility is key' to navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. Prominent Catholic news outlets Commonweal and America interviewed religious studies faculty Neomi De Anda and Jana Bennett about Catholicism in America today and Election 2020, respectively.

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UDRI October 23, 2020
UD in the news Oct. 16-23

CBS This Morning included the expertise of political scientist Nancy Martorano Miller in its "At America's crossroads" series segment "All eyes on Ohio." Bloomberg also interviewed Miller about elections for judges in Michigan and Ohio. Education Dive talked to School of Law Dean Andrew Strauss about how COVID-19 could change how professional programs teach online. Spectrum News 1 in Ohio featured a donation that allows students to perform virtual dissections.

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