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UD in the News Feb. 11-18

The New York Times,, Law360, Marketplace and the Catholic News Service tapped UD faculty expertise to discuss executive compensation, the rite of baptism, discrimination in the workplace, sustainable fuels; and Frances Millicent Douglass, the first African American woman to chair a department at a historically white institution of higher education.

Pastor resigns after incorrectly performing thousands of baptisms
The New York Times
Neomi de Anda, religious studies
Sandra Yocum, religious studies
Catholic League chief says

Catholic League chief says he's retiring in 'next few years' after receiving massive raise
Sarah Webber, accounting

Texas law school accused of pregnancy bias
Jeannette Cox, School of Law

Sustainable fuel for planes is closer than you may think
Joshua Heyne, mechanical and aerospace engineering

Sister Frances Millicent 'Frankie' Douglass broke barriers for Black women in education
The Dialog - Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, Delaware (via Catholic News Service)
Shannen Dee Williams, history

University of Dayton professor of early childhood education to receive 2022 AACTE Margaret B. Lindsey Award for Distinguished Research in Teacher Education
Ed Prep Matters
Shauna Adams, early childhood education

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost honors law students
ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV
School of Law

UD hosts Paul Laurence Dunbar celebration
Dayton Daily News, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox
Minnita Daniel-Cox, music
Steven Hankle, music

How has watching The Big Game changed since 1988?
Keigo Hirakawa, electrical and computer engineering


News and Communications Staff