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

Faculty and Staff January 14, 2022
UD in the News Jan. 8-14

The Associated Press quoted political scientist Christopher Devine in a story picked up by at least 180 outlets nationwide. Historian Julius Amin contributed a piece to The Conversation. Distinguished Research Associate and former Ohio Gov. Bob Taft talked to Governing magazine about being a governor. Local media highlighted faculty expertise about the economy and the return of students for the spring semester.

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Law January 07, 2022
UD in the News Dec. 18-Jan. 7

Four faculty published Conversation pieces and U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg and the Los Angeles Times quoted three others in stories during the last two weeks of 2021 and the first week of 2022.

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Faith/Mission December 17, 2021
UD in the News Dec. 10-17

The Baltimore Sun, Law360 and Jewish News of Northern California interviewed Charles Russo, director of the program in educational leadership and research professor of law, about a variety of legal topics facing schools. Slate talked to Vince Miller for its story "Santa Claus: Why do Italian priests have a vendetta against Father Christmas?" Associate Professor of Accounting Sarah Webber contributed a piece to The CPA Journal about the Cohan rule, which addresses the situation when a taxpayer lacks documentation to support items on a tax return.

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Engineering December 10, 2021
UD in the News Dec. 3-10

Commonweal, Newsweek, National Geographic; The Attitude on the Pacifica Network, which has 220 affiliates; and Catholic News Service are among the national news outlets sharing UD faculty expertise. Local media featured the Greater West Dayton Incubator's grand opening.

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Students December 06, 2021
Student overcomes obstacles to be called 'doctor;' University of Dayton winter graduation set for Dec. 18

Getting a Ph.D was an all or nothing venture for Andrew Reinhardt. He already had a job, but he had always wanted a doctorate and a career doing research. So when he had the opportunity to pursue that goal in UD's electro-optics and photonics department, he said he jumped at it, and nothing was going to stop him, not even cerebral palsy and the autism spectrum disorder Asperger's syndrome.

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Human Rights December 03, 2021
UD in the News Nov. 19-Dec. 3

In the past two weeks, 13 faculty and staff representing eight units either contributed pieces to, were interviewed for, or mentioned in stories by The Conversation, Times Higher Education, The Academic Minute, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, The Telegraph in the United Kingdom, K-12 Dive and Optics.org. Several local and regional media also highlighted our announcement of UD's new arts center.

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Faculty and Staff November 22, 2021
UD conference will examine human rights issues heightened by COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life worldwide, including the work of human rights advocates. Human rights issues heightened by the pandemic include equal access to vaccines and housing, immigration, extremism and rights to privacy. How human rights methods, strategies and approaches have kept up with the pandemic will be the subject of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center's Social Practice of Human Rights Conference Dec. 2-4 at Daniel J. Curran Place on the UD campus.

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Law November 19, 2021
UD in the News Nov. 13-19

University Business highlighted Tiffany Taylor Smith's promotion to vice president for diversity and inclusion. Phys.org picked up research news out of the School of Engineering. Political scientist Nancy Martorano Miller was a guest of an NPR podcast to discuss gerrymandering. In its research report, the Ohio Supercomputer Center featured the hands-on computing and research opportunities UD students get using the center.

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Faculty and Staff November 17, 2021
Law professor elected to Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

The Organization of American States elected University of Dayton School of Law Professor Carlos Bernal to its Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.

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Technology November 15, 2021
UD researchers take step toward eliminating need for separate devices for day, night cameras

Cell phones, cars and many other devices have separate cameras and sensors for day and night vision, but that need could go away thanks to University of Dayton researchers who developed a single device that can switch between day and night vision applications.

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