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University of Dayton Week on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute, a popular radio program produced by WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, showcased faculty research on a “University of Dayton Week."

Featured faculty were:

-Chad Painter, assistant professor of communication, on how newspapers should cover the opioid crisis. Listen to Painter here.

- Scott Hall, clinical mental health counseling program coordinator, on treating medical trauma. Listen to Hall here.

- Martha Henderson Hurley, director of the criminal justice studies program, on aging in prison. Listen to Hurley here.

- Julie Walsh-Messinger, assistant professor of psychology, on how we can better understand schizophrenia through smell. Listen to Walsh-Messinger here.

- Jia Wang, assistant professor of economics, on how economic development incentives can take from the rich and give to the poor. Listen to Wang here.

The Academic Minute is a platform for professors from top universities across the country to share “groundbreaking research and how that research helps us understand and solve the big problems that matter to us all.”

It airs in nearly 70 markets nationwide and is posted daily on Inside Higher Ed, a leading website on higher education news.


News and Communications Staff