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UD in the news May 1-8

President Eric F. Spina's commentary in the Dayton Daily News about UD being committed to the greater community and his comments in the Dayton Business Journal about how higher education can change for the good are among this week's highlights In the News. The Academic Minute and The Conversation also featured the research of a trio of faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences.

National Catholic Reporter talked to Neomi De Anda in religious studies about mothers already living in isolation as they seek sanctuary in churches. Sociologist Danielle Rhubart contributed the commentary "COVID-19 and the sociological imagination" to WYSO-FM, which was also picked up by WOSU-AM in Columbus, Ohio. Jason Eckert and Brent Kondritz, executive directors of career services and the Center for Leadership, respectively, talked to the Dayton Daily News about how coronavirus will alter the workplace. 

Catholic publications; the Catholic Sentinel out of the Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, and the National Catholic Register; mentioned Marian expert Fr. Johann Roten's writings on the ritual of crowning Mary, the mother of Jesus, and the University libraries' archives of Mary Gardens, respectively.

Trade publications Business Aviation Association Insider and Communications Daily consulted with Steve Zabarnick in the Research Institute and Peter Titlebaum in the School of Education and Health Sciences, respectively, for their expertise in fuels and sports management.

UD remains committed to the greater community
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president

After coronavirus, Dayton college and university presidents say higher ed could change for good
Dayton Business Journal
Eric F. Spina, president

Mothers in sanctuary, living in churches for over two years, endure isolation
National Catholic Reporter
Neomi De Anda, religious studies

Coronavirus will forever alter the workplace
Dayton Daily News
Jason Eckert, career services
Brent Kondritz, Center for Leadership

COMMENTARY: COVID-19 and the sociological imagination
WOSU-AM (Columbus, Ohio) and WYSO-FM
Danielle Rhubart, sociology

Mass arrests and overcrowded prisons in El Salvador spark fear of coronavirus crisis
The Conversation
Miranda Hallett, anthropology and Human Rights Center

For Biden, naming Cabinet before election would be a big risk
The Conversation
Christopher Devine, political science

Female authors during the Holocaust
The Academic Minute
Carola Daffner, global languages and cultures

Crowning Mary
Catholic Sentinel (Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon)
Fr. Johann Roten, Marian Library

Flight Crews: Preventing DEF from contaminating jet fuel
Business Aviation Association Insider
Steve Zabarnick, UDRI

MVPD sports programming rebates called unlikely even with cancellations
Communications Daily
Peter Titlebaum, sports management

As Trump pushes to end DACA, some Dreamers are giving up on U.S.
NorthJersey.com
Yovany Diaz Tolentino, student in teaching English as a foreign language certificate program

Marking the month of Mary, here's how to plant a Mary garden
National Catholic Register
University Libraries

Coronavirus: UD students to start getting belongings from housing May 15
Dayton Daily News and ABC22/Fox45


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