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UD in the news March 28-April 3

Several media outlets reported on UD faculty donations of personal protective equipment and shared faculty expertise on children's books for uncertain times and what stimulus checks could mean for the American economy.

WDTN-TV highlighted campus ministry's effort to lift morale in Dayton with sheet signs.

In a story about how tuition hikes affect low-income students, Education Dive mentioned how the University's tuition plan improved UD's graduation rate.

Political scientist Christopher Devine offered insight on how presidential hopeful Joe Biden may choose a running mate for Philosophy professor Messay Kebede wrote the op-ed "Abiy's apology and Ethiopian political culture" for Ethiopian publication

University of Dayton faculty donate personal protection equipment to healthcare workers amid COVID-19 pandemic
Catholic Telegraph 

UD faculty donates thousands of PPE items to area health care workers
Dayton Daily News, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45

UD initiative hopes to spread inspirational messages on campus and beyond
Kelly Adamson, campus ministry

Stimulus: Who gets money in Dayton region, and spending advice
Dayton Daily News
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Tips from teachers: Children's books for uncertain times
Dayton Daily News
Mary-Kate Sableski, teacher education
Jackie Arnold, teacher education

Do tuition hikes prevent low-income students from applying to flagship colleges?
Education Dive
University of Dayton

How will Biden choose his running mate?
Christopher Devine, political science

Abiy's apology and Ethiopian political culture (Ethiopia)
Messay Kebede, philosophy



News and Communications Staff