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UD in the News Oct. 14-21

In addition to University of Dayton Week on The Academic Minute, The Conversation, Chronicle of Higher Education, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Newsy and Discover featured UD faculty expertise or programs.

How stories foster flourishing
The Academic Minute
Jack Bauer, psychology

Models to combat epidemics
The Academic Minute
Subramanian Ramakrishnan, mechanical and aerospace engineering

Paul Laurence Dunbar's artist legacy
The Academic Minute
Minnita Daniel-Cox, music

A new dimension for fingerprint technology
The Academic Minute
Partha Banerjee, electro-optics and photonics

America’s real sister act
The Academic Minute
Shannen Dee Williams, history

Anxiety detection and treatment in early childhood can lower risk for long-term mental health issues – an expert panel now recommends screening starting at age 8
The Conversation
Elana Bernstein, counselor education and human services

Hallmarks of a good transfer program
Chronicle of Higher Education
Eric F. Spina, president

'War crimes' committed by Russian forces, Ukrainians aged 4 to 82 were targeted
Australian Broadcasting Corporation Religion and Ethics Report
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

Why are supersonic jets making a comeback?
Janet Bednarek, history

Airlines prepare for greener future
Janet Bednarek, history

UD biologist awarded $1M for trait development study
ASEE First Bell, Dayton Business Journal,
Thomas Williams, biology

The psychology of fraud: Big challenges of fraud in the C Suite
Psychiatric Times
Sri Ramamoorti, accounting 

COVID continues to impact Ohio traffic
The Columbus Dispatch
Deogratias Eustace, School of Engineering Transportation Lab

UD students set to offer tutoring for DPS students
Connie Bowman, teacher education
Carrie Petters, teacher education student

Judicial candidate, Clark County prosecutor are brothers: Here’s how potential conflicts could be handled
Springfield News-Sun
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Ohioans to decide if non-citizens can vote in local elections
Ericka Curran, School of Law


News and Communications Staff