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UD in the News Nov. 6-12

Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis was a guest of the Morning Wave in South Korea to discuss the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference. The Los Angeles Times quoted political scientist Christopher Devine's research on vice presidents. Local news media highlighted Tiffany Taylor Smith's promotion to vice president for diversity and inclusion, student work to provide solar energy to local nonprofits and a Research Institute contract for research in autonomous systems.

What is COP26?
Morning Wave (Busan, South Korea)
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

Kamala Harris made history as VP, but less visible in office
Los Angeles Times
Christopher Devine, political science

University of Dayton names Dayton native Tiffany Taylor Smith to vice president position
Dayton Daily News

Local nonprofits going solar, partnering with UD student group
Dayton Daily News
Patrick Hoody, School of Engineering student

UD wins big Air Force contract for autonomous research
Dayton Business Journal, Dayton Daily News, ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV
Patrick Hytla, UDRI

'Justice also has to come with some sense of mercy,' says UD law student on pardon project
Ericka Curran, School of Law
Ricky Murray, School of Law
Christopher Lewis, School of Law
Chelsea Small, School of Law

New Ohio bill introduced to block Biden's vaccine mandate, experts weigh in
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Photo credit: Eileen McClory, Dayton Daily News


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