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UD in the News April 1-8

The Conversation and Catholic News Service tapped faculty expertise on sexual assault and Black nuns, respectively, and UD's giving day was featured.

Shame and secrecy shroud culture of sexual assault in boys' high school sports
The Conversation
Jamie Small, sociology

New book points to need for racial reckoning in women's religious orders
Catholic News Service
Shannen Dee Williams, history

Researchers turn fingerprints into 3D holograms to find criminals
Spectrum News 1 Ohio
Partha Banerjee, electro-optics and photonics

UD donor day hoping to raise significant funds for scholarships
Spectrum News 1 Ohio
Logan Tate, student
Eric F. Spina, president

Flyer community rallies to donate for the school
Eric F. Spina, president

Reaction to Jackson confirmation: It just means that as a black woman have a place in law
Taylor Tyler, School of Law student

Local scholars, activists challenge Dayton, suburbs to wrestle with legacies of segregation
Dayton Daily News
Leslie Picca, sociology

Dayton Gets Real: Hundreds gather at Dayton Arcade to learn ways of healing racial divisions
Chad Sloss, sociology

UD, Wright State awarded $2M scholarships
Dayton Business Journal
Paul Benson, provost

Student loan repayment deadlines move back, but moving targets frustrate some borrowers
Dayton Daily News
Jason Eckert, career services

Students can learn from leading experts in display technology
Partha Banerjee, School of Engineering

Ukrainian Easter egg display at UD
Roesch Library

Redistricting in Ohio was supposed to be nonpartisan. How did it get so messed up?
Dayton Daily News
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science


News and Communications Staff