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Natalie Hudson (near) and Satang Nabaneh (middle) from the Human Rights Center doing radio interview

UD in the News Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Political scientist Christopher Devine and education law expert Charles Russo shared their expertise nationwide via a wire story and nationally syndicated radio program, respectively. Regional and local media highlighted UD programs and research.

The Republican presidential field got smaller, but will it make a difference?
The National Desk
Christopher Devine, political science

How Texas approved addition of faith-based chaplains to be counselors in schools (starts at 29:10)
The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen on Pacifica Radio Network
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

Ahead of COP28, pope spurs policymakers, faith leaders to push climate action
Vince Miller, religious studies

Long overdue: After 191 years, Oblate Sisters honored for heroic ministry during cholera epidemic
Catholic Review (Archdiocese of Baltimore)
Shannen Dee Williams, history

University of Dayton human rights conference to focus on issues affecting Africa
WVXU-FM Cincinnati Edition
Natalie Hudson, Human Rights Center
Satang Nabaneh, Human Rights Center

UD lauded for helping lower-income students graduate, get long-term success
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president

Speed trap or local control? Some area mayor’s courts among busiest in Ohio
Dayton Daily News
Tom Hagel, School of Law

University of Dayton receives $390k grant from National Science Foundation
Dayton Business Journal
Andrew Sarangan, electro-optics and photonics

Black Friday sale: Lower unemployment, stock market point to growth
Riley Dugan, management and marketing

Issue 1 language confuses Ohio voters
Christopher Devine, political science


News and Communications Staff