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

Faculty and Staff February 09, 2024
UD in the News Feb. 3-9

Faculty produced pieces for The Conversation, Academic Minute and Commonweal while others shared their expertise with The National Desk, CHCH-TV in Canada and ChatNews TV, an online outlet covering Africa.

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Human Rights December 11, 2023
UD in the News Dec. 2-8

Political scientist Christopher Devine talked to Newsweek and The (Cincinnati) Enquirer. National Catholic Reporter tapped historian Shannen Dee Williams' expertise. Local media featured Christmas on Campus and Glenna Jennings' art and activism.

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Human Rights November 22, 2023
University of Dayton part of $526,630 National Science Foundation project 

The University of Dayton is among three schools the National Science Foundation awarded $526,630 to create research experiences for undergraduates studying STEM for social change defined by United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

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Faculty and Staff November 10, 2023
UD in the News Nov. 4-10

Political scientists provided election analysis to Fox, TIME, and TV stations in Columbus and Dayton. An op-ed by President Eric F. Spina focused on restoring faith in higher ed. Spectrum News 1 featured UD's human rights conference and pep band.

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Human Rights November 03, 2023
UD in the News Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Political scientist Christopher Devine and education law expert Charles Russo shared their expertise nationwide via a wire story and nationally syndicated radio program, respectively. Regional and local media highlighted UD programs and research.

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Law October 13, 2023
UD in the News Oct. 7-13

Spectrum News 1 featured Flyer News and its recent award. The National Desk, The Conversation and WLW-AM in Cincinnati sought faculty expertise. Inside Higher Ed and local media highlighted UD's work to improve access for low-income students.

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Faculty and Staff October 05, 2023
Human rights conference to focus on issues affecting Africa, people of African descent

The University of Dayton Human Rights Center’s biennial conference Nov. 2-4 will examine inequality, poverty and conflict, among other issues, affecting Africa and people of African descent locally, regionally and globally.

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International September 01, 2023
Students help create International Peace Museum exhibit on legacy of cluster bombs

University of Dayton human rights studies students working with Legacies of War helped create an exhibit at Dayton's International Peace Museum showing the legacy of cluster bombs in Laos, which also could be a foreshadowing for Ukraine.

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International June 02, 2023
UD in the News May 27-June 2

Local media featured the new medical building on Brown Street, the Human Rights Center's Vietnam Legacies Project and a Marian Library exhibit. The Sarasota, Florida, paper wrote about a gift for "life-changing international experiences."

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Teacher Education May 26, 2023
UD in the News May 20-26

UD faculty and staff appeared in stories from the U.K. to New Zealand and, in the U.S., sea to shining sea. Locally, media highlighted activities at The Hub Powered by PNC Bank at the Dayton Arcade plus the generosity of donors to the University.

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