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UD in the news April 25-May 1

Athletic Business magazine wrote about how UD Arena quickly transformed from an NCAA tournament site to a COVID-19 testing site. Several local media featured efforts to assist students in need and the River Stewards book about Dayton's rivers for quarantined kids, plus faculty experts discussing the financial markets and voting by mail.

Biologist Chelse Prather is quoted extensively in the Science story "Starving grasshoppers? How rising carbon dioxide levels may promote an 'insect apocalypse.'" Quad Cities, Illinois and Iowa, ABC affiliate WQAD cited Martha Henderson Hurley's Conversation piece in its story "Should inmates be released amid COVID-19 concerns? Illinois GOP representatives weigh in." The Guardian in the United Kingdom and Vox cited political science and VP expert Christopher Devine's expertise in stories about presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's choice for vice president.

UD student crisis fund in demand by students
WHIO-TV

College seniors lose traditions, face damaged job market
Dayton Daily News
Nancy Haskell, economics and finance
Jason Eckert, career services

Within hours, Dayton's revamped arena went from 'play-in' central to testing center
Athletic Business
Scott DeBolt, athletics

Penned by UD students, new book about Dayton's rivers available for quarantined kids
Dayton Daily News
Rachel Carr, River Stewards

Watching the curve with the markets
WHIO-TV
John Fulkerson, finance

Starving grasshoppers? How rising carbon dioxide levels may promote an 'insect apocalypse'
Science
Chelse Prather, biology

Should inmates be released amid COVID-19 concerns? Illinois GOP representatives weigh in
WQAD.com (Quad Cities, IA/IL)
Martha Henderson Hurley, criminal justice studies

Biden searches for his own 'Biden' – a running mate with chemistry
The Guardian (U.K.)
Christopher Devine, political science 

The push for Joe Biden to choose a black woman as his vice president
Vox
Christopher Devine, political science

Five states vote only by mail. Should Ohio do the same to avoid coronavirus?
Dayton Daily News
Bob Taft, distinguished research associate


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