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January in the News

Highlights for January are below, but you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

So far in fiscal year 2017, through January, the total value of coverage is an estimated $15 million with an estimated reach of 1.63 billion people. Media in states and countries other than Ohio and the U.S. have mentioned the University at least 1,128 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on Meltwater media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

How University Costs Keep Rising Despite Tuition Freezes
The Atlantic
Jason Reinoehl, Dayton’s vice president for strategic enrollment management

Jim Crow's Lasting Impact
Academic Minute
Ruth Thompson-Miller, sociology

Trump administration reviewing EPA website, curbs agency communication
Joe Valenzano, communication

John Kasich, still an anti-Trump holdout, faces fading influence
CBS News via Associated Press (also picked up by more than 310 outlets)
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

In these six American towns, laws targeting 'the illegals' didn’t go as planned
Washington Post
Jamie Longazel, sociology

Colleges ease second-year struggles
University Business
Molly Schaller, College Student Personnel 

No easy walk to freedom: MLK’s anti-racism crusade needs to be renewed in today's world (article from The Conversation also appeared on
Julius Amin, history

How Intentionality Can Help Drive Strategic Wins and Institutional Success 
CIO Review
Tom Skill, UDit

U of Dayton to Open Cybersecurity Center Focused on Healthcare
Campus Technology
Tom Skill, UDit

Sessions' record speaks for itself
Ruth Thompson-Miller, sociology

In cars, do Americans care about looks?
Yahoo! via AFP
John Heitmann, history

Cartapping: How Feds Have Spied On Connected Cars For 15 Years
Susan Brenner, School of Law

Dayton's Cyberhealth Gets A Shot In The Arm
WVXU-FM, Cincinnati (also appeared on the WOSU website)
Tom Skill, UDit

Congress may trash Obama rules to protect streams
The Columbus Dispatch
Blake Watson, School of Law

Hazleton Moves Forward as Trump Stands to Take Office
Fox 56
Jamie Longazel, sociology

Book on Hazleton’s immigration issues takes home award
Jamie Longazel, sociology

Successful Pilot Indicates Progress in Raising Up Latino Catholics
Catholic Telegraph
Institute for Pastoral Initiatives

Will President Donald Trump deliver on four key promises?
Deutsche Welle
Christopher Devine, political science

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in October, click here.

Multiple Outlets

UD, Premier team up to create cybersecurity center
Tom Skill, UDit

UD students, staff and faculty to attend March for Life in D.C.

Executive order on immigration and refugees affect local universities

Human trafficking expert talks to local high school students
Tony Talbott, human rights studies

Dayton Daily News

Dayton preschool board hears aggressive timeline
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

UD’s take on tuition and fees featured in The Atlantic

Black community hit by homicides
Patrick Donnelly, sociology

UD graduate wins the 'Nobel' for math

Dayton named a top city for STEM jobs
Jason Eckert, career services

Women’s march organizers hope to start movement
Christopher Devine, political science

Students from China to compete for $25,000 in UD competition
School of Business Administration Flyer Pitch Competition

UD to host FAFSA training session for students today
Beth Combs, enrollment management

Hanley Sustainability Institute teaches about renewable energy
Don Pair and Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

'America First' theme hit home with local supporters
Christopher Devine, political science

What does TPP exit mean for Dayton?
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

5 retailers making huge changes in 2017
Serdar Durmusoglu, marketing

Trade war feared from Mexico tax
Terence Lau, business

Ohio may change the way congressional lines are drawn
Christopher Devine, political science

Police chief: Dayton making changes after Trump immigration order
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Human Rights Center

Another clothing retailer closes all stores
Serdar Durmusoglu, marketing

UD student gives back to the local hospital that saved his life

Dayton Business Journal

Exclusive: UD prepping business programs for massive expansion
James Dunne, interim dean of the School of Business Administration


What the Kasich-Trump relationship means for Ohio
Christopher Devine, political science

Taking a closer look at the Trump administration Part IPart II and Part III
Christopher Devine, political science

Ferguson Voices
Human Rights Center

EPA requiring 50 mpg by 2025
Bob Brecha, physics

President Trump signs first executive orders
Christopher Devine, political science

Trump's order on illegal immigrants could involve local police
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Human Rights Center


2016 was hottest year on record, again
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

University of Dayton police chief looks to improve community relations
Rodney Chatman, executive director of public safety

The first 100 days of Donald Trump's presidency
Christopher Devine, political science

Student gives back to Dayton Children's Hospital

Latest decision on lethal injection in Ohio
Lori Shaw, School of Law

How Trump's executive order will impact small businesses
Vincent Lewis, entrepreneurship


Law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister Discusses Red Light Camera Court Case

Earth sees warmest year on record for third straight year
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Ferguson Voices
Joel Pruce, Human Rights Center

What to expect from President Donald Trump Part I, Part II and Part II
Dan Birdsong, political science

Local Muslim Community reacts to Executive Order on Immigration
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Human Rights Center

Confirmation Isn't Automatic for SCOTUS Nominee
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law


Welcome Dayton Eyes Expansion As Immigration Rates Rise
Theo Majka, sociology

Catholic Telegraph

UD students spark vocation conversations on campus

UD Center Serves America's Catholic Schools
Susan Ferguson, Center for Catholic Education