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UD in the News March 22-29

Geologist Shuang-Ye Wu wrote about climate forecasts and flooding in the Midwest for The Conversation and America magazine ran a think piece about Catholic Social Teaching and the economy by Vince Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture.

America also picked up a Catholic News Service story on the federal budget quoting Shelley Inglis, executive director of the Human Rights Center. In all, about 25 outlets picked up the Catholic News Service story, including diocesan publications in Boston, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cincinnati and Omaha. The Human Rights Center also received nice publicity when National Catholic Reporter ran a story about the University's Romero Human Rights Awards.

Following publication of a piece on terrorism in The Conversation with Paul Becker, Art Jipson gave an interview to a radio station in Concord, New Hampshire, about white nationalism.

Regionally, political scientist Christopher Devine talked to the Cincinnati Enquirer about "What the Mueller Report Changes for President Donald Trump's 2020 Bid in Ohio."

Locally, Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management, discussed tuition guarantees with WHIO-TV. WDTN-TV covered the Celebration of the Arts and highlighted the graduate education program's ranking in U.S. News & World ReportDayton Most Metro and Dayton Business Journal picked up news about Ro Nita Hawes-Saunders, Dayton Contemporary Dance Company CEO, being selected to receive an honorary doctorate at spring commencement. Dennis Doyle in religious studies talked to the Dayton Daily News about a new Vatican abuse policy.

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

For a Flooded Midwest, Climate Forecasts Offer Little Comfort
The Conversation
Shuang-Ye Wu, geology

What Does Catholic Social Teaching Say about the Economy? It's More Complicated Than You Think
Vince Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture

Catholic Social Teaching Guides Advocates in Push for a 'Moral' Budget
Catholic News Service
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

El Mozote Massacre Investigators to Receive Human Rights Award
National Catholic Reporter
Human Rights Center

Exponential Rise of White Nationalism
The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen on WNHN FM 94.7 (Concord, NH)
Art Jipson, sociology

What the Mueller Report Changes for President Donald Trump's 2020 Bid in Ohio
Cincinnati Enquirer
Christopher Devine, political science

Gov. DeWine Asks State Schools to Adopt Tuition Guarantees
Jason Reinoehl, enrollment management

Public Invited to Celebration of the Arts Tonight

UD's Celebration of the Arts Festival Held at Schuster Center

UD Receives High Praise for Graduate Education Programs

Ro Nita Hawes-Saunders to Receive Honorary Doctorate from UD
Dayton Most Metro and Dayton Business Journal

Former Dayton Landmark Played Important Role In Aviation History
Michael Sandy, geology

Vatican Announces Abuse Policy 
Dayton Daily News
Dennis Doyle, religious studies

Photo credit: Historic flooding in the Midwest, including this farm in Nebraska, has caused widespread damage. DroneBase via AP.


News and Communications Staff