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UD in the News May 10-17

National media outlets The Conversation and WalletHub highlighted University of Dayton research and expertise. In Ohio, political scientist Nancy Miller was a guest of WBNS-TV's Face the State to discuss Ohio's Congressional map and economist Trevor Collier talked to The Columbus Dispatch about tariffs.

All three Dayton TV stations and the Dayton Daily News covered UD's record-breaking graduation and delivery of a C-130 to UDRI to use for research. The Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV sought the expertise of education leadership expert Charlie Russo for stories on social media and teacher misconduct. ABC22/Fox45 interviewed law professor Tom Hagel about a local wrongful death lawsuit. YMCA Dayton featured Jamie Small, sociology, and Jesseca Ynez Simmons, communication, on its podcast.

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

Stiff Muscles are a Counterintuitive Superpower of NBA Athletes
The Conversation
Phil Anloague, physical therapy

2019's Best & Worst Places to Start a Career
WalletHub ( affiliates in Pittsburgh and a Detroit suburb picked up portions of the story including Seager)
Liz Seager, career services

Face the State: Federal Court Ruled Ohio's Congressional Map was Gerrymandered
WBNS-TV (Columbus, Ohio)
Nancy Miller, political science

Tariffs are Just Another Tax — and Consumers Usually Pay the Price 
The Columbus Dispatch
Trevor Collier, economics and finance

Donated C-130 to be New Laboratory for UD's Research Institute
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV, ABC22/Fox45

Graduation at the University of Dayton
Dayton Daily News, ABC22/Fox45, WDTN-TV and WHIO-TV

Teacher Misconduct: Social Media Causing More Teachers to Face Charges
Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV
Charlie Russo, educational leadership

Legal Expert Weighs in on Local Family Suing Football Helmet Maker
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Empower Hour: Sexual Violence in the Media
Jamie Small, sociology
Jesseca Ynez Simmons, communication


News and Communications Staff