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UD in the news Aug. 17-31

UD President Eric Spina wrote an op-ed about easing transfers between two- and four-year colleges for Education Dive. Kristen Krupa-Comfort's research was the subject of a Conversation video of the day. Rob Franek, editor-in-chief at The Princeton Review, listed the University of Dayton among his 'hidden gems' in a segment on CNBC.

Faculty were guests of Al Jazeera English and CTV in Canada. Newsweek Japan picked up auto historian John Heitmann's piece on America's art car movement in The Conversation. AmeriDisability featured engineering student Spencer Janning and his Freedom Brace. The peer-reviewed blog Gender & Society picked up sociologist Jamie Small's piece about 'Leaving Neverland.' Teen Vogue interviewed sociologist Anya Galli Robertson on the history of glitter in protest.

The Columbus Dispatch interviewed political scientist Joshua Ambrosius about Marianne Williamson's presidential candidacy.

The Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal wrote about the pending opening for the building housing the partnership among the University of Dayton's Fitz Center for Leadership in Community, the Dayton Foundation and the Dayton Development Coalition.

How to ease transfers between two- and four-year colleges
Education Dive
Eric Spina, president

A 3D petri dish that works like a human organ
The Conversation
Kristen Krupa-Comfort, engineering

UD among 'hidden gems'
CNBC "On the Money"

Is the widespread use of facial recognition software legal? 
Al Jazeera English
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law  

How the Volkswagen Beetle sparked America's art car movement
Newsweek Japan (via The Conversation)
John Heitmann, history

Facebook admits to transcribing user audio
CTV (Canada)
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

Young entrepreneur invents new brace to improve limb mobility and comfort
AmeriDisability
Spencer Janning, School of Engineering

Picturing sexual harm in "Leaving Neverland"
Gender & Society
Jamie Small, sociology

The history of using glitter as a symbol of protest
Teen Vogue
Anya Galli Robertson, sociology

Marianne Williamson's presidential candidacy shines light on 'A Course in Miracles'
The Columbus Dispatch
Joshua Ambrosius, political science

Three Dayton-area organizations set move-in dates for new facility near UD
Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal

Law expert weighs in on the shooting that left two teens dead
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV and ABC22/Fox45
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Two teens killed by homeowner while trespassing
WDTN-TV
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Use of force rules limit when officers can fire gun
Dayton Daily News
Tom Hagel, School of Law


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