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UD in the news Feb. 1-7

National higher education writer Jeff Selingo highlighted the University's four-year approach to tuition in his newsletter Next: The Future of Higher Education. Political scientist Christopher Devine wrote about the Presidential Medal of Freedom via The Conversation.

Devine also did interviews with How Stuff Works on vice presidents and 900CHML on the State of the Union; and political scientist Nancy Miller appeared on Columbus' Face the State to discuss current issues. 

Cecilia Moore, associate professor of religious studies, was quoted in the National Catholic Reporter.

Local news highlighted geologist Umesh Haritashya's research with NASA and covered the Human Rights Center's community forum marking the six-month anniversary of the shooting that happened in the city's Oregon District.

It's affordability, stupid
Next: The Future of Higher Education
Jason Reinoehl, vice president strategic enrollment management

What Trump’s picks for the Presidential Medal of Freedom – like Rush Limbaugh and Antonin Scalia – say about him
The Conversation
Christopher Devine, political science

Why John Adams despised being vice president
How Stuff Works
Christopher Devine, political science

How Trump's State of the Union address played out
900CHML (Hamilton, ON)
Christopher Devine, political science

Face The State with Scott Light
WBNS-10TV (Columbus, Ohio)
Nancy Miller, political science

Are you open to praying to a black God?
National Catholic Reporter
Cecilia Moore, religious studies

Oregon District shooting discussed six months later
Dayton Daily News, WHIO, WDTN, ABC22/Fox45, Spectrum TV
Shelley Inglis and Paul Morrow, Human Rights Center

UD geologist nearly tops $3M in NASA grants: Here’s what he’s doing
Dayton Daily News
Umesh Haritashya, geology


News and Communications Staff