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

Humanities and Social Sciences May 20, 2022
UD in the News May 13-20

President Eric F. Spina wrote an op-ed for University Business about supporting transfer students from community colleges. Ohio cable news outlet Spectrum News 1 and local media highlighted the celebration for UD's 2020 graduates. A trio of faculty wrote for The Conversation. Poets and Quants featured student investors in the Davis Center for Portfolio Management.

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Faculty and Staff April 22, 2022
UD in the News April 15-22

CBS News interviewed Bob Brecha, director of the sustainability program, about using cleaner electric energy to combat climate change. Law professor Kevin Leske wrote about ethics rules for Supreme Court justices for The Conversation.

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Business April 14, 2022
Flyer Pitch winners bring ‘life-changing’ business ideas forward

The University of Dayton Flyer Pitch competition named its winners — “life-changing” business and new venture ideas that aim to bring clean drinking water to people around the globe, improve the experience of breastfeeding mothers, and support children’s learning and emotional wellness.

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Diversity and Inclusion April 01, 2022
UD in the News March 25-April 1

The Conversation, America magazine, CBS News, The Washington Post, Popular Science, Catholic News Service and a radio station in South Korea highlight the list of media outlets seeking UD faculty expertise. UD President Eric F. Spina wrote in the Dayton Daily News about President Emeritus Bro. Ray Fitz, S.M., and his life's work as a catalyst for social justice.

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Law March 25, 2022
UD in the News March 12-25

Four faculty contributed pieces to The Conversation while a trio of faculty in the School of Law contributed their expertise to Inside Higher Ed, Newsweek and Fox News. Forbes cited the research of a pair economics faculty into how a Cinderella run in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship can affect a university's bottom line. CNN International Europe and U.S. also ran the CNN #MyFreedomDay feature about anti-human trafficking work in the Human Rights Center.

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Diversity and Inclusion March 14, 2022
University of Dayton wins national supplier diversity award

The University of Dayton has received the Jesse L. Moore Supplier 2022 Diversity Award, a national recognition from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine honoring colleges and universities that take proactive steps to support and engage with minority-owned businesses.

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Law March 11, 2022
UD in the News March 5-11

UD faculty were front and center discussing topics surrounding the Russia-Ukraine war. CNN International featured anti-human trafficking work in the Human Rights Center. Regional and local media highlighted the Greater West Dayton Incubator, an honorary doctorate for President Emeritus Bro. Ray Fitz, S.M., and the first anniversary of The Hub Powered by PNC.

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Diversity and Inclusion March 04, 2022
UD in the News Feb. 25-March 4

UD faculty experts contributed their expertise to The Conversation, Catholic News Service, U.S. Catholic and Newsweek. Regional and local media featured news about UD's Erma Bombeck collection, the first anniversary of The Hub and the return of the Celebration of the Arts to the Schuster Center.

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Campus and Community February 25, 2022
UD in the News Feb. 18-25

Newsweek, CNN, Law360, the South China Morning Post and WVXU-FM in Cincinnati tapped the expertise of UD faculty and staff. Local media highlighted the University of Dayton marching band's upcoming trip to Dublin, Ireland, to perform in the St. Patrick's Day parade, and the Greater West Dayton Incubator's first microloans.

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Business February 18, 2022
Hands-on learning: UD student-leaders find success, confidence, careers through School of Business Administration signature experiential learning programs

For a typical business student, managing more than $1 million in assets or running a company of 200 employees might be a long-term career goal, but for four University of Dayton School of Business Administration students, that’s their daily responsibility.

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