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UD in the News Oct. 7-13

Spectrum News 1 featured Flyer News and its recent award. The National Desk, The Conversation and WLW-AM in Cincinnati sought faculty expertise. Inside Higher Ed and local media highlighted UD's work to improve access for low-income students.

Three ways colleges teach first-gen parents about higher ed
Inside Higher Ed
Kathleen Henderson, strategic enrollment management
Bev Jenkins, strategic enrollment management 

Refunding junk fees: Millions go back to consumers
The National Desk
Riley Dugan, management and marketing

Attack on Israel ramps up pressure on House to resolve speaker fight
The National Desk
Christopher Devine, political science

How Chicana women artists have often used the figure of the Virgin of Guadalupe for political messages
The Conversation
Judith Huacuja, art history

University of Dayton newspaper staff strives for tradition of excellence
Spectrum News 1 Ohio
Kerry Kadel, Flyer News
Ren Sikes, Flyer News
Lucy Waskiewicz, Flyer News

How did we get to this point with Israel and Hamas? - Part 1 and Part 2
WLW-AM (Cincinnati)
Mark Ensalaco, political science

University of Dayton recognized for work to improve access for low-income students
Dayton CW and WYSO-FM
Abbey Adams, student
Sam Lowe, student

Human rights issues are relatively the same everywhere
Dayton Daily News
Satang Nabaneh, Human Rights Center

Immigrants sworn in as American citizens
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president
Ericka Curran, School of Law

Haitian immigrants in Springfield face complex immigration system and long delays
Dayton Daily News
Ericka Curran, School of Law
Miranda Cady Hallett, Human Rights Center

GE Aerospace, UDRI, Boeing, NASA to test sustainable aviation fuel benefits in new flights
Dayton Daily News

Research plays important role in all aspects of the cancer journey
Dayton Daily News
Mary Fisher, physical therapy

Who is required to report under Ohio's mandatory reporting law
Fox 45
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Crisis in the Classroom: Law and education professor explains mandatory reporting laws as West Milton family sues district
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences


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