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UD in the News July 10-16

Vince Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture, wrote a review of a climate crisis sci-fi novel for America. Law360 mentioned how the School of Law's online hybrid J.D. program attracts high-performing students. Faculty shared their expertise with MoneyGeek, Vox and The Washington Times.

Richard Branson’s trip to space is about convincing others to come along
Janet Bednarek, history

Facebook can be sued for sex traffickers using its platform, Texas high court says
The Washington Times
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Review: A climate crisis sci-fi novel that actually offers hope
Vince Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture

Best student credit cards in 2021: Cards for starter credit
Christopher Calvin, accounting

Modernizing legal education through hybrid JD programs
School of Law

Ransomware attacks and other data compromises are on the rise
Dayton Daily News
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence

Universities say vaccine incentives work
Mary Buchwalder, Student Health Center

Right to repair movement: new information in battle between big tech and consumers
Andrew Rossow, School of Law

Israeli tech companies leverage UD's MBA program for U.S. market studies
The Dayton Jewish Observer

Photo: iStock via America Magazine


News and Communications Staff