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UD in the news Nov. 2-8

The Atlantic, The Conversation, Religion News Service, National Catholic Reporter and The Huffington Post featured University of Dayton faculty and staff in stories the first week of November.

Contracting Business highlighted UD students named Emerson Helix Innovation Scholars.

Dayton Business Journal, ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV reported on the University reallocating $5 million from its endowment to a student-led fund in the Davis Center for Portfolio Management. WHIO-TV and the Dayton Daily News recognized the University's designation as a Bicycle Friendly University. ABC22/Fox45 covered the University's Kristallnacht remembrance. The Dayton Business Journal highlighted new UD initiatives.

Local media also tapped several faculty for their expertise on a variety of topics.

The Gem City moves forward
The Atlantic
Eric F. Spina, president

Curious Kids: What is a whistleblower?
The Conversation
Sarah Webber, accountingDeborah Archambeault, accounting

Marco Rubio's 'common-good capitalism' garners mixed reactions from Catholics
Religion News Service
National Catholic Reporter

Vince Miller, religious studies

'The Good Place,' 'Evil,' And TV’s Godless State
Huffington Post
Joe Valenzano, communication

Emerson awards Helix Innovation Scholarships
Contracting Business
The Helix Innovation Scholars

University of Dayton to reallocate $5M from endowment to student-led fund
Davis Center for Portfolio Management
Dayton Business Journal, ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV

UD recognized as Bicycle Friendly University
Amber Dierking, campus recreation
Michelle Tedford, marketing communications
WHIO-TV and Dayton Daily News

UD remembers the Holocaust
Crystal Sullivan, campus ministry

Colleges and universities kick off fall semester with new initiatives
Dayton Business Journal
University of Dayton

Holiday shopping already underway as November kicks off
Dayton Daily News
Riley Dugan, marketing

Election: Small number of voters could decide major local issues
Dayton Daily News
Grant Neeley, political science

Dayton 247 Now Investigates: Goddard's criminal background
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Suspects booked for shooting of Dayton detective
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Dayton 247 Now Investigates: The Castle Doctrine
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law


News and Communications Staff