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UD in the News March 1-8

NPR Morning Edition, The Conversation, The National Desk and Marketplace featured UD faculty expertise. A CNBC story highlighted UD's tuition benefits.

Donald Trump supporters differ over who should be his running mate
NPR Morning Edition
Christopher Devine, political science

Scorsese's gods of the streets: From 'Killers of the Flower Moon' to 'Silence,' faith is rarely far off in his films
The Conversation
Anthony Smith, religious studies

Dueling border visits highlight prominence of immigration ahead of November
The National Desk
Christopher Devine, political science

Wendy Williams' guardianship case highlights the need for reforms
Andrea Seielstad, School of Law

A job more parents are taking to get a discount on their kids' college
Troy Washington, human resources
Meghan Heater, dining services

Should religious charter schools be funded with tax dollars? (Starts at 33:20 mark)
The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen - Pacifica Radio Network
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

African Americans enslaved, freed, then forgotten – until now in Catholic cemeteries
Our Sunday Visitor via Detroit Catholic
Shannen Dee Williams, history

Is the future of flying supersonic? Inside NASA's push to make air travel faster than ever
Janet Bednarek, history

The tribulations of indigenous religious communities
Juicy Ecumenism
Alda Benjamin, history

Engineering study abroad opportunities take flight at University of Dayton
School of Engineering

UD awarded nearly $200K for online security endeavors
Grant Neeley, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

SOAP project working to end human trafficking in Dayton
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Not guilty by reason of insanity rarely used or successful
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Learning the art of print making
WLIO-TV (Lima, Ohio)
Erin Holscher Almazan, art and design


News and Communications Staff