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UD in the News May 25-31

The Dayton Daily News highlighted UD's role in training the semiconductor workforce. The Deseret News in Salt Lake City featured the University's DEI work. Media continued to seek political scientist Christopher Devine's expertise.

Higher ed alliances in Ohio funded by Intel are training people to work at new Ohio semiconductor factories and some of the training is free to students
Dayton Daily News
Guru Subramanyam, electrical and computer engineering
Carter Gogolek, computer engineering student

How are Christian campuses talking about DEI-related work?
Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
University of Dayton

Trump conviction puts the US in uncharted legal, electoral territory
The National Desk
Christopher Devine, political science

Former President Trump guilty on all charges
Christopher Devine, political science

Donald Trump guilty on all 34 felony counts
WBNS 10 TV (Columbus, Ohio)
Christopher Devine, political science

Courts continue to undermine the basic rights of parents and educators
Catholic World Report
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

VOICES: Arming teachers unlikely to improve school safety
Dayton Daily News
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

How to have fun with your family this summer without breaking the bank
Riley Dugan, marketing

Charles F. Kettering Foundation names new Dayton-area democracy fellows
Samantha Kennedy, Fitz Center for Leadership and Community


News and Communications Staff