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UD in the news Nov. 8-15

Entrepreneur listed our undergraduate entrepreneurship program among the best in the nation. Food Technology highlighted Lincoln Hill Gardens and the expertise of Diana Cuy Castellanos in health and sport science in a story about feeding global cities. ScienceDirect and Cosmopolitan Middle East also tapped faculty expertise for stories.

Regional outlets in New York, Vermont and Cincinnati also talked to faculty about a variety of topics.

Local media featured the University's work at The Hub at the Dayton Arcade, our Mass to honor veterans, a partnership between the School of Law and the Air Force Research Lab at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and the winner of the first stage of the Flyer Pitch competition.

Top 50 best undergrad programs for entrepreneurs in 2020
School of Business Administration, entrepreneurship program

Feeding global megacities
Food Technology
Diana Cuy Castellanos, health and sport science
Lincoln Hill Gardens

Amid uncertainty for U.S. nuclear power, Three Mile Island shuts down
Bob Brecha, physics

11 signs you're in love, according to relationship experts
Cosmopolitan Middle East
R. Matthew Montoya, psychology

New art exhibit depicts veterans' stories dating back to World War II
Spectrum News NY 1
Emily Sullivan Smith, art and design

Margolis: Gadflies have taken over state GOP reins
VTDigger (Vermont)
Nancy Miller, political science

Impeachment Hearings
WCPO-TV (Cincinnati)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

'Christmas Creep' continues to push further into November
WKRC-TV (Cincinnati)
Joe Valenzano, communication

Downtown Dayton 'on the cusp' as development continues
Eric F. Spina, president

UD president says Arcade to get students out of 'UD bubble'
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president

UD honors veterans

University of Dayton inks three-year agreement with AFRL
WDTN-TV, Dayton Business Journal and Dayton Daily News
School of Law

Jillian McIntosh first round winner of UD Flyer Pitch
Dayton Business Journal

Expert says there's one thing people should focus on in impeachment hearings
Dayton CW
Jeff Schmitt, School of Law

Scams pick up as holidays approach: How to protect yourself
Dayton Daily News
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence


News and Communications Staff