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UD in the News June 8-14

ASEE First Bell highlighted School of Engineering wind tunnel testing and research in its daily newsletter. Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis' advice is featured prominently in the U.S. News & World Report story "How to Choose the Right Law School to Become a Human Rights Lawyer." Three Alabama TV stations interviewed health and sports science professor Peter Titlebaum about his 600-mile bike trip to honor the fight for civil rights.

NorthJersey.com and Pacific Standard tapped the expertise of University Professor of Faith and Culture Sandra Yocum and education law expert Charles Russo about the priest shortage in the Catholic Church and free speech for students, respectively.

The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women highlighted work by Simanti Dasgupta, The El Paso Times wrote about the America the Borderland exhibit, and WSYX-TV Columbus ran a story featuring expertise by Mark Ensalaco.

Several local outlets reported on a community workshop about the progress of OnMain. Law professor Tom Hagel talked to ABC22/Fox45 about the costs associated with a local rally held on Courthouse Square Memorial Day weekend.

University of Dayton Wind Tunnel Used For Agricultural Chemical, Equipment Testing
ASEE First Bell
Sid Gunasekaran, mechanical and aerospace engineering

How to Choose the Right Law School to Become a Human Rights Lawyer 
U.S. News & World Report
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

A Team of Cyclists is Riding 600 Miles in Honor of the Fight for Civil Rights
Montgomery, Alabama TV stations WAKA, WNCF and WCOV, and The Gadsden (Alabama) Times
Peter Titlebaum, health and sports science

Worsening Priest Shortage Signals Another Challenge for Catholic Church
NorthJersey.com
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

Are Racist Yearbook Photos Protected Student Speech?
Pacific Standard
Charles Russo, educational leadership and School of Law

'America the Borderland' Exhibit Features Immigrant Rights Organizers
El Paso Times
Joel Pruce, human rights

Of Raids and Returns: Anti-Trafficking Raids in Sonagachi, India
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women
Simanti Dasgupta, anthropology

Dayton Man Found Guilty of Trying to Support ISIS Sentenced to 15 Years
WSYX-TV (Columbus)
Mark Ensalaco, political science

OnMain to Host Workshop for Fairgrounds Project
Dayton Business JournalDayton Daily News and Dayton Most Metro

Was the Extensive Rally Cost Avoidable? Experts Weigh In
Tom Hagel, School of Law
ABC22/Fox45


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