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Friday February 16, 2018

UD in the News Feb. 9-16

A national outlet covering politics turned to a University of Dayton political scientist for expertise and local media highlighted a University vice president's inclusion as one of the "Top 10 African American Men" in the Dayton community.

Local news also featured the University's efforts to help those affected by changing U.S. immigration laws and expert advice on how people can protect their privacy and prevent crime.

A sample of the news coverage for Feb. 9-16 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during the month.

Who Controls the GOP Senate? Many Say It’s Democrat Chuck Schumer
Christopher Devine, political science

Meet Dayton’s ‘Top 10 African American Men’ who will be honored this month
Dayton Daily News
Larry Burnley, vice president for diversity and inclusion

UD prepares Dreamers, others to teach English as a Foreign Language
WHIO-TV and Dayton Daily News
Brenna Seifred, University of Dayton English Language Institute

Risks of technology that’s always on
Tom Skill, chief information officer

Top intelligence officials warn against certain cell phones
David Salisbury, cybersecurity management

UD Career and Internship Fair
Jason Eckert, Career Services

See something, say something
Rodney Chatman, public safety

What's a crime on social media?
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

What are your privacy rights for the info you submit to ancestry websites? 
ABC 22/Fox 45
Erica Goldberg, School of Law

Despite Conflicting Research On The Benefits Of School Closures, DPS Advances 'Right-Sizing' Plan
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences