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UD in the News June 26-July 9

Faculty wrote pieces for The Conversation and Fortune while Fox News, Gizmodo and Gaming Today tapped the expertise of three others. Local media reported on the University's efforts to serve lower income students, new trustees and the new executive director for the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community.

Why Communion matters in Catholic life – and what it means to be denied the Eucharist
The Conversation (also picked up by Religion News Service)
Timothy Gabrielli, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions

Por qué algunas personas terminan viviendo en aeropuertos durante semanas, meses e incluso años
The Conversation
Janet Bednarek, history

Railroads want to up productivity, but unions are in the way
Michael Gorman, business analytics

Biden gun and police policies threaten Democrats' 2022 midterm prospects
Fox News
Christopher Devine, political science

Ohio sports betting leader says state not hurt by delay of bill passage
Gaming Today
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

What was the earliest music?
Samuel Dorf, musicology

UD renews commitment to serve lower income students
Eric F. Spina, president

UD names new leader for Fitz Center for Leadership in Community
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal and
Nancy McHugh, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

University of Dayton names new trustee members
Dayton Business Journal

Dayton families sought for study on whether trauma can be inherited
Dayton Daily News
Lucy Allbaugh, psychology

How Dayton-area schools teach about race — or not
Dayton Daily News
Rochonda Nenonene, Urban Teacher Academy

New Ohio law increases penalties for hazing following deaths at Ohio University, Bowling Green
Dayton Daily News
University of Dayton


News and Communications Staff