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July in the News

Regional, National and International

Aviation historian Janet Bednarek discussed the LaGuardia airport renovation in a lengthy interview National Public Radio. NPR affiliates across the country, including Seattle, Las Vegas, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., among others, ran the interview.

My College Guide magazine talked to Jason Reinoehl, interim vice president for enrollment management and marketing, about the right time to start looking into study abroad programs.

BloombergBusinessweek picked up a Dayton Daily News story about John Leland's new role as vice president for research and executive director of the Research Institute, and how he plans to build on the institute's success.

The Huffington Post mentioned the University of Dayton’s decision to divest from fossil fuels in its story "Catholic Colleges In No Rush To Divest From Fossil Fuels After Pope's Encyclical" as did Times Higher Education in the U.K. in "Pope's decree fuels debate in academy on fossil fuel divestment."

A U.S. News & World Report story about "Questions College Tour Guides Wish They Heard From High School Students" featured a comment from a University of Dayton tour guide.

A Venezuelan publication quoted Vincent Miller, the Gudorf chair in Catholic theology, in its story about a "Moral Critique of Capitalist Profligacy."

Political violence expert Jeremy Forbis talked to WLW-AM about possible Fourth of July terror threats.

The New Orleans Advocate turned to political science lecturer Dan Birdsong to discuss Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's position on gun-control following the Lafayette theater shooting.

Birdsong also talked to Cincinnati ABC affiliate WCPO-TV, local NBC affiliate WDTN-TV, Ideastream and Kansas City infoZine about Ohio Gov. John Kasich's announcement he will run for president.

Communications and political science expert Joe Valenzano III was a guest of WLW-AM host Marc Amazon to discuss communication in the U.S. and Election 2016.

Phil Anloague, director the physical therapy program, talked to Spanish online publication Learn, Live, Grow about training plans for beginning marathoners.

The website, Liberty Unyielding, aired a video with historian Larry Schweikart on the origins of religious tolerance in America.

The website Inside Climate News quoted environmental law expert Blake Watson in its story "Oklahoma Case Could Open Doors to More Earthquake-Fracking Lawsuits."

Watson also talked to the website DC Bureau about "Frackers Use EPA Draft Water Report To Raise Doubts On Science." 

Dayton-area Media

Multiple Outlets

WDTN-TV and the Dayton Daily News talked to political scientist Joel Pruce about the Iran nuclear deal.

The Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV covered the Research Institute's decision to expand its sensors operation with a new office.

The Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal reported on a $1 million renovation to the University of Dayton Research Institute.

The Dayton Daily News and WDTN-TV reported on the Research Institute's role in the New Horizons space probe's journey to Pluto.

Dayton Daily News

July 2: Phil Anloague, physical therapy, massage.

July 6: Diana Cuy Castellanos, health and sport science, red meat.

July 9: Tom Skill, UDit; NYSE, WSJ and United computer hacks.

July 10: Bill Trollinger, history, Confederate flag.

July 20: Jennifer Dalton, health and sport science, health benefits of blueberries.

July 25: Dan Birdsong, political science, Donald Trump.


July 1: Tom Lasley, education, PARCC testing.

July 31: ArtStreet, Collaboration Accelerator installation.


July 1: John Leland, UDRI, UDRI boosting business.


July 16: Art Jipson, criminal justice studies, cell phone tracking apps.

Dayton magazine

July issue: Don Pair, Hanley Sustainability Institute, and Beth Keyes, facilities management, "2015 Guide to Colleges and Universities."

July 16, Brian LaDuca, ArtStreet, Dayton innovation.


July 9:  Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute, "Does Fighting Climate Change Threaten The Economy?"

Dayton Business Journal

July 7: Thaddeus Hoffmeister, law, Q&A.