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UD in the news July 17-24

The Dayton Daily News wrote about how the University is on sound financial footing heading into the fall, WHIO Reports featured the Center for Social Concern's social justice work, and WDTN-TV covered news of our Americorps grant. Lawrence Burnley, vice president for diversity and inclusion, wrote about the legacy of civil rights leaders John Lewis and C.T. Vivian for The Conversation.

ARD German TV, NTV in Russia, Al Jazeera English, ZeHabesha in Ethiopia, U.S. News & World Report, the Miami Herald, Ms., and several regional and local news media tapped faculty experts to discuss current issues.

Is UD on good financial footing going into the fall semester?
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president
Andrew Horner, business and administrative services

How the Center for Social Concern advances social justice
Nick Cardilino, Center for Social Concern

University of Dayton receives grant for out-of-school education program
Hunter Phillips Goodman, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

John Lewis and C.T. Vivian belonged to a long tradition of religious leaders in the civil rights struggle
The Conversation
Lawrence Burley, diversity and inclusion

Flag effectively banned from US military bases
Al Jazeera English
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

Looking ahead to Biden's VP pick
ARD German TV
Christopher Devine, political science 

The Vatican celebrates the anniversary of Constitution
NTV (Russia)
Dennis Doyle, religious studies 

Biden's vice president choice won’t likely help him win
U.S. News & World Report
Christopher Devine, political science

Val Demings won't help Biden win Florida, experts say
Miami Herald
Christopher Devine, political science

We are losing good women public health officials to misogyny
Christopher Devine, political science

From nation-building to ethnonations: Ethiopia's backward moving history
ZeHabesha (Ethiopia)
Messay Kebede, philosophy

Do running mates matter?
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati)
Christopher Devine, political science

Episode 245: An increase in deadly crashes, how cable barriers are making Ohio roads safer, and a new distracted driving corridor
The Loop (Ohio Department of Transportation)
Deogratias Eustace, Transportation Engineering Lab

What's next after arrest of House Speaker Larry Householder?
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law


News and Communications Staff