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November in the News

Highlights for November 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 November, the total value of coverage is an estimated $10.7 million with an estimated reach of 1.15 billion people. Media in states and countries other than Ohio and the U.S. have mentioned the University at least 778 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on Meltwater media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Those Hidden College Fees
The New York Times
Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management 

Muslim students find Catholic haven
National Catholic Reporter
Amy Anderson, director, Center for International Programs

Pope Francis says the Catholic Church will probably never have female priests
Washington Post
Dennis Doyle, religious studies

Pence Has Options for a Job in 2020
Roll Call
Christopher Devine, political science

What the river knows
The River Stewards, a program of the Rivers Institute administered by the Fitz Center of Leadership in Community
National Geographic Water Currents

Guide to human trafficking prevention education released
Houston Chronicle via The Associated Press (at least 70 outlets nationwide picked up the story)
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Trump and Clinton before the election Part I and Part II
Joe Valenzano, chair, communication

Countdown to the U.S. election
Alaraby TV Network
Dan Birdsong, political science

Undecided voters in Greater Cincinnati struggle to choose between Trump or Clinton
Dan Birdsong, political science

Obama expresses support for native Americans in pipeline clash
Christian Science Monitor
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, executive director, Human Rights Center

Auto-Parts Makers Revive Rust Belt Cities
The Wall Street Journal
Richard Stock, director, Business Research Group

How Trustees Can Do Better at Presidential Transitions
The Chronicle of Higher Education

Trump's Ground Game Challenge
Christopher Devine, political science

Catholics Backing Both Clinton and Trump Make Their Case
Neomi De Anda, religious studies

Who we are shows up in uncomfortable ways in long campaign
Kansas City Star
Joshua Ambrosius, political science

The Development of Creation Science
Susan Trollinger, English, and Bill Trollinger, history

Ohio again picks a winner in Donald Trump, but bellwether status not unscathed
Dan Birdsong, political science

US Election Special 2016
Christopher Devine, political science

Jill Stein voters did not deliver Donald Trump the presidency
Christopher Devine, political science

The Pennsylvania voters who took Donald Trump to the White House
Jamie Longazel, sociology

Spotted at Trump Tower: The people shaping the next government
Washington Examiner
Christopher Devine, political science

Trump presidency’s effect on environment may be profound
Columbus Dispatch
Michelle Pautz, political science

Advierten abogados emergencia de derechos humanos con Trump
Noticias de Mexico
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, executive director, Human Rights Center

Cada vez peor, abusos contra migrantes, acusan activistas
La Jordada (Mexico)
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, executive director, Human Rights Center

Interfaith Leaders Hold Prayer Vigil To Defend Immigrant Rights
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, executive director, Human Rights Center

Obama has set the record for the most Presidential Medals of Freedom
Washington Post Monkey Cage
Christopher Devine, political science

Clinton Performed Very Well in Most Urban Areas Relative to Obama, Despite Losing the Rustbelt—and the Presidency with It
United States American Politics and Policy
Joshua Ambrosius, political science

Fair Trade Sale offers global shopping close to home
Catholic Telegraph
University of Dayton

International crèche exhibit, pilgrimage returns to Notre Dame campus
South Bend Tribune and WSBT-TV
Marian Library

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in November, click here.

Multiple Outlets

University of Dayton wins grant to boost undergraduate stem research opportunities for women
Dayton Busines Journal and WHIO-TV
University of Dayton Honors Program

Anti-human trafficking program offered to local schools
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

University of Dayton among Top 25 Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2017 
ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV

At the Manger Preview

Dayton Daily News

Spina's vision for UD includes boosting national reputation
Eric Spina, University of Dayton president

Christmas tree needed for UD
Christmas on Campus

Sharon Short: Event extends Dayton Literary Peace Prize reach
University of Dayton School of Law

Trump close to winning, but Clinton not conceding
Christopher Devine, political science

Higher education briefs that include Veterans Day 5K, Clare Boothe Luce grant and Campus Ministry's Kristallnacht event

Trump win could boost Wright-Patt and local military economy
Joel Pruce, political science

Will Republican shift in Midwest hold?
Dan Birdsong, Political Science

What will Trump presidency mean for efforts to curb climate change?
Coal, clean energy jobs could be at stake in Ohio
Bro. Don Geiger, professor emeritus
Sr. Leanne Jablonski, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Shipping companies expect package volume to skyrocket
Serdar Durmusoglu, marketing

Manufacturing program gets $1.9M in grants
FastLane, UDRI

UD physics educator shares $21M award
Jay Mathews, electro-optics and physics

Area companies continue hiring for seasonal holiday jobs
Serdar Durmusoglu, marketing

Cuban exile, UD professor share thoughts on Castro's death
Juan Santamarina, history

International students’ impact in Ohio: $1.1 billion
Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management

Trump to announce carrier plant will keep jobs in U.S.
Richard Stock, University of Dayton Business Research Group

Dayton Business Journal

UD names first round winners of pitch contest

Dayton City Paper

UD goes to bat with operetta Die Fledermaus
Minnita Daniel-Cox, music

An updated sister act
Thomas Ferratt, management information systems

Practice makes art
Judith Huacuja, art and design


Celebrities on the campaign trail
Randy Sparks, marketing

Traffic Cameras are Making a Comeback
Tom Hagel, School of Law

University of Dayton is a Fair Trade University
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Vote Everywhere hosts election results watch party

Vote Everywhere registers first-time voters

Donald Trump's cabinet
Christopher Devine, political science

State will request change of venue in Tensing case
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law


Will Your Vote be Safe
Dave Salisbury; management information sciences, operations management and Decision sciences

Early Voting on Final Day is Brisk
Dan Birdsong, political science

Live analysis of election results at 7:30 p.m. and at 11 p.m.
Christopher Devine, political science

Financial Help Coming to Women Who Study Science
Nancy Martorano Miller, Honors Program

Dakota Access Pipeline protests discussed at Native People of the Americas Colloquium 2016

Cyber Monday
Yue Pan, marketing


Someone You Should Know
John Terzano, School of Law

Donald Trump goes humble in victory speech
Dan Birdsong, political science

Can texters be liable for someone crashing while reading the text?
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Will your dinner table be politics-free this Thanksgiving?
Joe Valenzano, communication


Examining The War On Coal
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute