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UD in the News Jan. 1-18

Four University of Dayton faculty shared their expertise worldwide the first half of January via The Conversation, an international news outlet that features articles by academics, while others were interviewed by The Associated Press, National Catholic Reporter and Education Dive.

OhioENGINEER included a brief about the School of Engineering's hands-on learning opportunities in its annual year-end higher education roundup plus Forbes mentioned how the "University of Dayton empowers faculty to infuse entrepreneurially minded learning into courses" in its story "Training Engineers To Spot Opportunity And Impact."

Teen Kids News picked up sustainability and energy coordinator Matthew Worsham's comments to Live Science about keys to effective composting.

Locally, media covered the next steps in the onMain development and UD's involvement in new workforce development programs serving recovering addicts, and interviewed political science experts about Ohio Gov. John Kasich's legacy and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown running for president in 2020.

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

In 'Airports of the Future,' Everything New is Old Again 
The Conversation
Janet Bednarek, history

Want Better Tips? Go for Gold
The Conversation
Na Young Lee, marketing

Razor Burned: Why Gillette's Campaign Against Toxic Masculinity Missed the Mark
The Conversation
Alan Abitbol, communication

Data Breaches are Inevitable – Here's How to Protect Yourself Anyway
The Conversation
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence
Rusty Baldwin, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence

Historians Take 'Long View' on Catholic Sex Abuse Crisis 
National Catholic Reporter
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

Women Strive for Larger Roles in Male-Dominated Religions
The Associated Press (The New York TimesThe Washington Post, the San Francisco Chronicle, the National Post in Canada, and the Daily Mail in the UK are among the more than 350 outlets that have picked up the story.)
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

Cybersecurity a Must in Curriculum in Increasingly Digital Classrooms
Education Dive
Tom Skill, chief information officer

University of Dayton Creates Makerspace for Hands-On Opportunities for All Students 
School of Engineering

Training Engineers To Spot Opportunity And Impact
University of Dayton

The Science Behind Composting 
Teen Kids News
Matthew Worsham, facilities

Premier Health, University of Dayton Searching for CEO to Lead Fairgrounds Redevelopment
Dayton Daily NewsDayton Business Journal, ABC22/Fox45, WDTN-TV

Gov. John Kasich Prepares to Leave Office
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

New Workforce Development Program Serving Recovering Addicts 
Dayton Business Journal
Brian LaDuca, IACT

Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown Takes a Step Closer to Running for President
Dan Birdsong, political science


News and Communications Staff