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UD in the news Jan. 8-15

University of Dayton faculty continue to start 2021 strong with The Conversation, USA Today and Newsweek among the news outlets tapping their expertise.

Several regional and local news stations also interviewed faculty experts, mostly about the events of the last week in our nation's Capitol.

Dayton Business Journal reported on University of Dayton Research Institute Executive Director Allan Crasto's retirement, and all three Dayton TV stations and the Dayton Daily News previewed the return of students for the spring semester.

18 million US children are at risk of hunger: How is the problem being addressed and what more can be done?
The Conversation
Diana Cuy Castellanos, health and sport science

Insurrection Act: Could Trump invoke? What is martial law?
USA Today
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Fact check: Insurrection Act is not in effect and is unnecessary in DC
USA Today
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Most want to continue working remotely after pandemic, but companies not so sure
Newsweek
Randy Sparks, management and marketing

Expert: Political violence in DC creates concern of running battles, "we're on road to Oklahoma City"
WLW-AM (Cincinnati)
Mark Ensalaco, political science

Fly a bit higher with aviation history under your wing
The Delicious Story podcast
Janet Bednarek, history

UD students start arriving on campus for spring semester
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, ABC22/Fox45, WDTN-TV

University of Dayton Research Institute Executive Director Allan Crasto to retire in March
Dayton Business Journal
Allan Crasto, UDRI

Dayton experts weigh in on handling of Capitol breach and Black Lives Matter protests
WDTN-TV
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Conspiracy theories, divisions, security changes: The fallout from the Capitol riots
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

What impeachment means for President Trump
WHIO-TV
Christopher Devine, political science

Is removing Parler from app stores infringing on the 1st Amendment?
WDTN-TV
Dan Birdsong, political science

UD expert weighs in: What’s next in the Senate
WDTN-TV
Dan Birdsong, political science

What does the First Amendment mean on social media? Not a lot
ABC22/Fox45
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law


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