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UD in the News Aug. 10-17

Time wrote about University of Dayton research on bragging and modesty; EWTN Catholic Radio interviewed Andrew Kosmowski about the Marian Library's 75th anniversary, Education Dive continued to seek CIO Tom Skill's advice on cybersecurity; and, with more than 10 million unique viewers per month, picked up historian Haimanti Roy's piece from The Conversation about the road to India's partition.

Toni Moore in the Center for Catholic Education and Rob Durkle, associate vice president and dean of admission and financial aid, wrote pieces on leadership for Catholic Teacher and "6 Questions to Determine How Much College Will Really Cost" for, respectively.

Radio stations in Columbus, Ohio, and Springfield, Illinois, also discussed the research about bragging and modesty.

Dayton-area media wrote and aired stories about the incoming first-year class and move-in weekend.

A sample of the news coverage during the week is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during August. 

Marian Library Celebrates 75 Years
EWTN Catholic Radio (begins at 41:30)
Andrew Kosmowski, Marian Library 

Here's How to Brag Without Making People Hate You
Erin O'Mara, psychology
Benjamin Kunz, psychology

Navigating Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Measures Can Get Complicated for Schools, Districts
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

How to Prevent Cybersecurity Breaches on Campus
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

Independence Day 2018: The Road to India’s Partition
Haimanti Roy, history

Looking at Leadership
Catholic Teacher
Louise “Toni” Moore, Center for Catholic Education

Additional Charges Will Apply: 6 Questions to Determine How Much College Will Really Cost
Rob Durkle, admission and financial aid

Research Shows People Favor Modesty
WTVN-AM (Columbus) and WTAX-AM (Springfield, Ill.)

University of Dayton Students to Converge on Campus Friday
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV and WDTN-TV


News and Communications Staff