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UD in the news June 27-July 3

Political scientist Christopher Devine provided his expertise on vice presidential selections to The Conversation, NPR on Point, Vox and The Independent in the United Kingdom this week. NPR also talked to sociologist Art Jipson about racial extremism.

National Law Journal quoted School of Law Dean Andrew Strauss on the creative ways law students will return to class in the fall.

Dorothy Mensah-Aggrey in the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives wrote "Being black and living in America" for Ghana News.

Local media covered UD's COVID-19 testing plans and UDRI alternative fuels research.

The short list: What we know about Joe Biden's VP search
NPR On Point
Christopher Devine, political science

Don't expect Biden's VP pick to make or break the 2020 election
The Conversation
Christopher Devine, political science

Joe Biden vice president pick could be the most consequential in US history
The Independent (U.K.)
Christopher Devine, political science

Who voters want to be Joe Biden's vice president, according to the polls
Christopher Devine, political science

'Not your old-school Aryan Nation guy': Army case highlights evolving threat
Art Jipson, sociology

Online or in-Person? Law schools diverge in fall semester plans
National Law Journal
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

Being black and living in America
Ghana News
Dorothy Mensah-Aggrey, Institute for Pastoral Initiatives

UD announces COVID-19 testing plan for students
WDTN-TV and Dayton Daily News
Mary Buchwalder, M.D., Student Health Center

Trash to jet fuel? UD can do that
Dayton Daily News
Steve Zabarnick, UDRI


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