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UD in the News May 3-10

Several national and international outlets sought the expertise of University of Dayton faculty and staff, including The Associated Press, CTV in Canada, Fast Company, WalletHub and Technology First.

In Ohio, interviewed political scientist Nancy Miller about redrawing the state's Congressional maps.

Locally, President Eric F. Spina discussed how faith affects the workplace with the Dayton Business Journal. WYSO-FM talked to communication department Chair Joe Valenzano about how dialogue can help Americans bridge political divides. The Dayton Daily News also wrote about this weekend's graduation ceremonies.

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.

Trump Awards Medal to Tiger Woods, Calls Him 'True Legend'
The Associated Press (Picked up by The New York TimesChicago Tribune, The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle and Los Angeles Times, among others).
Christopher Devine, political science

House Judiciary Votes to Hold U.S. Attorney General in Contempt
CTV (Canada)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Questions about President's Motives in Giving Tiger Woods Presidential Medal of Freedom
KCAL-TV (Los Angeles)
Christopher Devine, political science

How to Use Your College Career Services after Graduation
Fast Company
Jason Eckert, career services

Leading the Way to a Customer-Centric Culture
Technology First
Beth Hart, UDit

Examining American Express as a Brand
Riley Dugan, marketing

Redrawn Congressional Maps Could Shift Ohio Politics in Democrats' Favor
Nancy Miller, political science

UD President Eric Spina Shares How Faith Impacts Workplace
Dayton Business Journal

Can Dialogue Help Americans Overcome the Red and Blue Divide? Some Say Yes
Joe Valenzano, communication

UD to Set New Graduation Records, Mark Other Milestones This Week
Dayton Daily News


News and Communications Staff