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UD in the News May 17-24

Air Force Radio News and The Associated Press covered the delivery of a C-130 to the University of Dayton Research Institute for research. More than 200 outlets picked up the AP story, including U.S. News & World Report, the San Francisco Chronicle and Chicago Tribune. Political scientist Joshua Ambrosius wrote an article for The Washington Post's Monkey Case blog about "Game of Thrones."

Additionally, marketing expert Randy Sparks talked to WalletHub about shopping for a credit card. Inside Higher Ed included the University's Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in sustainability in a roundup of new degrees.

Locally, the Dayton Business Journal wrote about the sustainability degrees, the GEMnasium and the Everest Real Estate Challenge. The Dayton Daily News highlighted the UD Sinclair Academy in a story about marketing efforts in higher education, and and the Dayton Daily News featured recent graduate Julianne Evans as Daytonian of the Week. TV stations WDTN and ABC22/Fox45 plus the Dayton Daily News also sought out faculty for their analysis of the issues of the day. 

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.

Whom You Supported in 'Game of Thrones’ Says A Lot About Your Real-World Politics
The Washington Post
Joshua Ambrosius, political science

UDRI, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center to Test New Technologies to Lower Sustainment Costs, Improve Readiness of the Air Force's C-130 Fleet
Air Force Radio News

University Receives C-130 Air Force Plane for Research 
The Associated Press (More than 200 outlets picked up the story, including U.S. News & World Report, the San Francisco Chronicle and Chicago Tribune.)

What's at Stake When Choosing a Credit Card
Randy Sparks, marketing

University of Dayton to Offer New Degrees in Sustainability
Dayton Business Journal
Rebecca Potter, sustainability program
Carter Creviston, student

Colleges Add New Academic Programs
Inside Higher Ed

West Dayton Problem Property Subject of Real Estate Competition
Dayton Business Journal
Vince Lewis, Crotty Center

University of Dayton GEMnasium Expanding Classrooms to Downtown Arcade Building
Dayton Business Journal
Brian LaDuca, IACT

Local Colleges Change Recruitment to Attract Diminishing High School Grads
Dayton Daily News
Rob Durkle, enrollment management

Daytonian of the Week: Julianne Evans, University of Dayton
Julianne Evans, student and Dayton Daily News

Free Downtown Dayton Shuttle Doubling Initial Target for Riders
Dayton Daily News
Vince Lewis, L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

History of Hate in Ohio
Bill Trollinger, history

Cyberattack Leaves Baltimore Shut Down for Two Weeks
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cyber Security and Data intelligence


News and Communications Staff