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UD In the News July 17-21

University of Dayton researchers shared their expertise on law, politics and technology with national audiences during the week of July 17-21.

Significant news coverage included law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister on the popular radio program The Academic Minute, a platform for professors from top universities across the country to share “groundbreaking research and how that research helps us understand and solve the big problems that matter to us all.” Produced by WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, it airs in nearly 70 markets across the country. Inside Higher Ed, a leading website on higher education news, also shares the program daily.

Also this week, Campus Rec Magazine, a leading national business resource for college and university recreation centers, carried a feature story about UD's innovative and successful program to increase student physical activity.

Social Media and the Courtroom
Academic Minute
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Why a World War II Relic Is Testing the Drone Tech of Tomorrow
Popular Mechanics (picked up by Yahoo! News)
Bryan Miller, University of Dayton Research Institute

Trump Stays Strong in Key Counties Even as Overall Approval Sags
Christopher Devine, political science

Special Feature: An Innovative Way to Increase Student Engagement
Campus Rec Magazine
Melissa Longino, campus recreation

UD lands part of $1.1M grant from NASA
Dayton Business Journal
Umesh Haritashya, geology

Prosecutor Will Not Retry Ray Tensing
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law 

Dollar stores thrive in retail market
Serdar Durmusoglu, marketing

Law professor emeritus Tom Hagel provides insight into the OJ Simpson parole decision
WDTN-TV Five on 2
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Two hands-only CPR kiosks being installed in Dayton in the coming months
ABC 22/Fox 45

AFRL awards big contract to UDRI
Dayton Daily News

Dayton Marriott meeting to display UDRI prototype
Dayton Daily News


News and Communications Staff