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UD in the News May 15-21

Catholic News Service featured UD's commencement ceremonies in a roundup of Catholic college graduations. Law, political science and history media shared their expertise nationwide. Local media highlighted Sukh Sidhu's appointment as Research Institute executive director.

Catholic college graduations, like the academic year, have made changes
Catholic News Service
Gretchen Theil, registrar's office

U.S. supports waiving vaccine patents
WORT 89.9 FM (Madison, Wisconsin)
Dalindyebo Shabalala, School of Law

Revisiting the song that established the outlaw trucker image
Todd Uhlman, history

The margins of subsistence
‎Social Distances (podcast)
Andrea Seielstad, School of Law

Implement DeWine's child mental health plan
The Columbus Dispatch
Bob Taft, political science

University of Dayton Research Institute names new executive director
Dayton Business Journal and Dayton Daily News
Sukh Sidhu, UDRI

Amazon, keen competition near airport expected to boost starting wages
Dayton Daily News
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Ohio jobs: Those with the most openings pay the least
Dayton Daily News
Nancy Haskell, economics 

Expert: Pandemic exposed ‘child care dilemma’ in Dayton region, nationally
Dayton Daily News
Shauna Adams, Bombeck Center

Ohio's expanded stand your ground laws may mean no charges are filed in two recent killings
Tom Hagel, School of Law


News and Communications Staff