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UD in the News Nov. 5-11

Political scientists offered insight into the 2022 elections. Sustainability expert Bob Brecha wrote about the U.N. climate summit for The Conversation. WDTN-TV featured the New Horizons music program, which helps adults discover passion for music.

Global energy crisis looms over UN climate summit – while some countries race to renewables, others plan more natural gas production, but it comes with risks
The Conversation
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute 

Why Donald Trump chose Dayton, Ohio, as his final rally stop
Christopher Devine, political science

What caused the 'red wave' to be stopped
Zing News (Vietnam)
Christopher Devine, political science

Election night coverage
ABC22/Fox45 and WHIO-TV
Christopher Devine, political science
Bob Taft, political science

Ohio U.S. Senate race may help turn state red, says local analyst
Christopher Devine, political science

Analyzing the Ohio election results
Dan Birdsong, ABC22/Fox45

'New Horizons' program at UD helps adults discover passion for music
Linda Hartley, music education

University of Dayton hosts Kristallnacht remembrance event

Mississippi River sees record low water levels
Michael Gorman, Niehaus Chair in Business Analytics and Operations Management

Legal experts weigh in on Stephen Marlow facing death penalty
Tom Hagel, School of Law

A new family-friendly Christmas exhibit on display at the University of Dayton
WDTN-TV, WHIO-TV and ABC22/Fox45

UD presents My Sister's Keeper 'Dunbar Edition' this weekend
Dayton Daily News


News and Communications Staff