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UD in the news Feb. 28-March 6

Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis explained the crisis in Syria for The Conversation and 200 radio affiliates across the Pacifica Network. University Business featured our sustainability efforts in a story about green purchasing. USA Today mentioned UD research on drone-plane collisions in a story about Federal Aviation Administration drone rules.

Bill Johnston in religious studies talked to Religion News Service about Lent. Hispanic Outlook on Education shared UD law school advice on becoming a lawyer.

Regional and local media highlighted PNC's partnership in the Dayton Arcade, UD sustainability achievements, job creation at the GE EPISCenter, and faculty expertise in law, economics and political science.

The worst humanitarian crisis of the 21st century: 5 questions on Syria answered
The Conversation
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

The worst humanitarian crisis of the 21st century: Syria
The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen on the Pacifica Network (200 affiliates)
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

Green purchasing policies support sustainability on campus
University Business
Sara Harrison, procurement and payable services
Leah Ceperley, Hanley Sustainability Institute and facilities management

FAA drone rules: Preventing plane crashes, terrorism or ruining hobby?
USA Today
University of Dayton Research Institute

'Lent-ish' gives up traditional practices for Lent
Religion News Service
Bill Johnston, religious studies

What education is needed to become a lawyer
Hispanic Outlook on Education
School of Law

With Super Tuesday over, Ohio vote grows in importance
The Columbus Dispatch, Cincinnati Enquirer and Akron Beacon Journal
Nancy Miller, political science

PNC Bank secures naming rights partnership for joint venture at Dayton Arcade
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, WDTN-TV, WHIO-TV and ABC22/Fox45
Eric F. Spina, president

University of Dayton recognized for energy efficiency
Steve Kendig, facilities management

Council recommends tax incentive programs continue after job creation and reinvestment
GE EPISCenter and Dayton Daily News

Engineering students from the University of Dayton helping Mission of Mary Cooperative become first net zero facility in Dayton

Market reaction based on 'fear'
Dayton Daily News
Daniel Kapusta, Davis Center for Portfolio Management

Legal expert says there are very few ways courts can deny permit for KKK rally
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Legal experts say KKK-affiliated group could fight permit and win
ABC22/Fox45, Dayton Daily News and WDTN-TV
Tom Hagel and Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Is predator poaching legal?
Tom Hagel, School of Law

UD professor discusses how to successfully combat hate group
Art Jipson, sociology 

Ohio Democratic Primary: Early voting pitfalls
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science


News and Communications Staff