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UD President Eric Spina in front of We Soar background to announce campaign

UD in the News April 15-21

The Dayton Daily News featured the University's "We Soar" campaign while WDTN-TV highlighted UD's giving day. The Conversation, The National Desk, U.S. Catholic, Los Angeles Times and The Guardian are among the news outlets tapping faculty expertise.

University of Dayton: $400 million campaign will boost scholarships, academics
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president
Chris Morrison, advancement

University of Dayton celebrates annual giving day
Eric F. Spina, president
Molly Potter, student

Keeping NBA players on the court is no small 'feet'
The Conversation
Philip Anloague, physical therapy

Plans for religious charter school, though rejected for now, are already pushing church-state debates into new territory
The Conversation
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

Biden's 2024 announcement coming 'relatively soon' as GOP primary goes on
The National Desk (Sinclair Broadcasting)
Christopher Devine, political science

A reflection for the third Sunday of Easter
U.S. Catholic
Kelly Adamson, campus ministry

'Stand your ground': the U.S. laws linked to rising deaths and racist violence
The Guardian (U.K.)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

'Stand your ground' laws spotlighted by wrong-place shootings
Los Angeles Times
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Putin and Zelenskyy hope to rally troops for new phase of Russia's war in Ukraine
CHCH-TV (Canada)
Jaro Bilocerkowycz, political science

UD law school dean to step down at end of year
Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal
Andrew Strauss, School of Law
Eric F. Spina, president
Paul Benson, provost

University of Dayton watershed exhibit now at Boonshoft Museum
Dayton Daily News
Leslie King, Rivers Institute
Tessa O’Halloran, civil engineering student

What are Ohio's self-defense laws?
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Legal experts explain Ohio's Stand your Ground laws after several shooting incidents
Tom Hagel, School of Law

University of Dayton student newspaper named best in region
J. Frazier Smith, Flyer News
Zoë Hill, Flyer News


News and Communications Staff