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UD in the News June 29-July 5

The New York Times interviewed Associate Professor Haozhou Pu on China’s coverage of Olympic athlete doping cases. Professor Charlie Russo explained the significance of a Catholic charter school case to a national audience in The Conversation. Associate Professor Christopher Devine discussed the veepstakes across international, national and regional news outlets, including Connecticut Public Radio, The National Desk, and the New York Post.

An uproar over a Chinese doping case, except in China
The New York Times
Haozhou Pu, health and sport science

Supreme Court of Oklahoma says no to Catholic charter school – but this may not be the end of the boundary-pushing saga
The Conversation
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

Democratic lawmaker calls on Biden to pull out of race
Deutsche Welle (Germany)
Christopher Devine, political science

Who Donald Trump picks as vice-president matters more for how he may govern than convincing voters
London School of Economics and Political Science
Christopher Devine, political science

Pressure mounts on Biden to drop out of race after disastrous debate performance
The National Desk
Christopher Devine, political science

Would Harris make a better nominee than Biden? Some Democrats think so
The National Desk
Christopher Devine, political science

Veepstakes aside, do running mates matter?
Connecticut Public Radio
Christopher Devine, political science

Vance's chance as VP pick
Christopher Devine, political science

Supreme Court crafts new doctrine of presidential immunity
WORLD magazine
Christopher Devine, political science 

Presidential debate already shaking things up downballot in swing states
New York Post
Christopher Devine, political science

Anxiety is a complex emotion
Morning Wave in Busan
Elana Bernstein, school psychology

University of Dayton to offer social entrepreneurship program
Vince Lewis, Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership; President of The Hub Powered by PNC Bank


News and Communications Staff