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UD in the news Dec. 6-13

The Atlantic examined UD's role as an anchor institution in Dayton. The Online Jurist featured the law school in a story about the American Bar Association increasing online learning hours. Michelle Pautz, assistant provost for the Common Academic Program, was a guest of Faculty Focus. GEN, a new publication focused on politics, power and culture, talked to historian Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders about Confederate monuments.

The Dayton Daily News and WDTN-TV covered Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted's Choose Ohio First scholarship announcement in the School of Engineering. The Dayton Daily News ran an Ideas and Voices piece from Tan Boston in the School of Law about college athletes possibly being compensated for their name, image and likeness. The newspaper also featured a story about student Josh Biris who overcame the death of his parents to graduate with honors.

Other local media highlighted Christmas on Campus and finals week activities.

The University of Dayton is reinventing town-gown relations
The Atlantic
Eric F. Spina, president

ABA increases online learning hours
The Online Jurist
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

The focus is you: Michelle Pautz
Faculty Focus
Michelle Pautz, provost's office

Confederate monuments lost some of their power in the 2010s
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

Ohio puts $20 million behind new computer science scholarships
Dayton Daily News and WDTN-TV

Likely years before college athletes paid
Dayton Daily
Tan Boston, School of Law

UD student loses both parents before graduation
Dayton Daily News
Josh Biris, student

UD host Dayton schoolchildren for 56th Christmas on Campus
WHIO-TV, ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV

Therapy pets for University of Dayton finals week


News and Communications Staff