UD in the News Nov. 17-30

John Heitmann shared his research on the history of automotive regulations on the popular radio program The Academic Minute and Sandra Yocum wrote about Dorothy Day in The Conversation, an international news outlet that features articles by academics.

University faculty also were featured in local and regional news for their expertise on law, marketing, cybersecurity and taxes.

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

Cars and Government Regulations
The Academic Minute
John Heitmann, history

Dorothy Day – ‘A Saint For Our Times’
The Conversation
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

What Michael Cohen's Guilty Plea Means For President Trump
WCPO-TV (Cincinnati)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Police Use New Device to Hack iPhones
Also picked up by outlets in Boston, Atlanta and Jacksonville
Dave Salisbury, director, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence

Thanksgiving Weekend Shopping Slightly Slower Than Past
Riley Dugan, marketing

Flyer Student Services Working for Veterans
Racqueal Gamble, Flyer Student Services
Travis Pheanis, student
Brennan Mai, student

Local Tax Bills Vary
Dayton Daily News
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Cincy Archbishop ‘Stunned’ By Vatican Request to Delay Sex Abuse Vote
Dayton Daily News
Vincent Miller, religious studies

Why Black Friday Shopping Might Be Easier Than You’re Expecting This Year
Dayton Daily News
Also appeared Atlanta and Boston
Riley Dugan, marketing

Area Employers Still Need Seasonal Help for Holidays
Dayton Daily News
Riley Dugan, Dayton Daily News

Cyber Monday Shoppers Prepare to Spend More
Dayton Daily News
RIley Dugan, marketing

Black Friday Shopping Still Holds Importance
Dayton Daily News
Riley Dugan, marketing

Cyber Monday Deals
Riley Dugan, marketing

Local Universities Among Best in Nation for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
Dayton Business Journal


News and Communications Staff