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UD in the news Jan. 30-Feb. 5

Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis was a guest of WPFW-FM in Washington, D.C., and Erica Goldberg in the School of Law wrote a piece for The Conversation about First Amendment protections from claims of market manipulation of GameStop stock. OhioENGINEER also featured the School of Engineering on the cover of its year-end issue for high school students.

Scott Hall in counselor education talked to Spectrum News 1 in Ohio about helping students in troubling times. 

Death threats and intimidation of public officials signal Trump’s autocratic legacy
WPFW-FM (Washington, DC)
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center and School of Law

The First Amendment will likely protect the anonymity of Redditors who discussed GameStop stock
The Conversation
Erica Goldberg, School of Law

UD helps Mission of Mary Cooperative become Dayton's first net-zero energy organization 
(including cover photo)
2020 Year-end issue released February 2021
School of Engineering

Counselors recognized for helping students in troubling times
Spectrum News 1 Ohio
Scott Hall, counselor education

Next few months could be do or die for retail stores
Dayton Daily News
Riley Dugan, marketing

Father's fight for justice continues as overdose numbers grow
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Scarce national vaccine supply leads to frustration as local residents scramble to get shots
Dayton Daily News
Mark Jacobs, business analytics

Augmented reality will transport music lovers to Italy in UD ArtsLIVE concert series
Dayton Daily News


News and Communications Staff