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February in the News

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

Through February of fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $2.48 million with an estimated reach of 8.12 million people. Media in markets outside Ohio have mentioned the University at least 652 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Super Bowl Commercials
Feb. 5
Randy Sparks, marketing

Commentary: Kanye West’s Instagram Campaign Could Be Illegal
Feb. 5
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law
Jessica Bernard, law student

More kids are over-scheduled than ever before. Here's why that's a major problem for families
Feb. 6
Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
Donnie Hutchinson, management and marketing

Living in Trump’s America: A West Virginia town looks for a fresh start
Feb. 6
Bill Portier, religious studies

Daria Graham appointed executive director of Office of Multicultural Affairs
Feb. 7
Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Trump’s insult is fed by deep ignorance about Africa among Americans
Feb. 8
Pambazuka News
Julius Amin, history

Who Controls the GOP Senate? Many Say It’s Democrat Chuck Schumer
Feb. 12
Christopher Devine, political science

Ferguson Voices
Feb. 18
WAMU-FM American University Radio
Jada Woods, student

The Common Application Announces Early Adopters of New Transfer Application
Feb. 20
University Business

Common App Will Help Ease Transfers
Feb. 27
Community College News Now

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in February, click here.

Multiple Outlets

UD prepares Dreamers, others to teach English as a Foreign Language
Feb. 13
WHIO-TV and Dayton Daily News
Brenna Seifred, University of Dayton English Language Institute

UD use campus-wide siren in emergencies
Feb. 26-27
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45


There are only three of these in the universe and two are in Dayton
Feb. 2

Risks of technology that’s always on
Feb. 12
Tom Skill, chief information officer

Top intelligence officials warn against certain cell phones
Feb. 15
David Salisbury, cybersecurity management


Teenage armed robbery suspects could be tried as adults
Feb. 6
Tom Hagel, School of Law

New budget deal sidesteps immigration reform
Feb. 7
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

UD Career and Internship Fair
Feb. 12
Jason Eckert, Career Services

See something, say something
Feb. 15
Rodney Chatman, public safety

What's a crime on social media?
Feb. 15
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Students bridge cultural gaps with sports
Feb. 27


President hopes memo discredits officials investigating him
Feb. 5
Dan Birdsong, political science

Super Bowl commercials
Feb. 5
Randy Sparks, marketing

What are your privacy rights for the info you submit to ancestry websites? 
Feb. 15
Erica Goldberg, School of Law

How to spot bots: Fake accounts are a growing problem on social media
Feb. 16
David Salisbury, cybersecurity management

Dayton Daily News

Local Republican lawmakers trade accusations of ‘political ambition,’ ‘strange insult’
Feb. 8
Christopher Devine, political science

Meet Dayton’s ‘Top 10 African-American Men’ who will be honored this month
Feb. 12
Larry Burnley, vice president for diversity and inclusion

NRA-endorsed Gov. John Kasich now says it’s time for gun restrictions
Feb. 19
Christopher Devine, political science

Auto sales remain strong as Dayton Auto Show opens
Feb. 22
John Heitmann, history


Despite Conflicting Research On The Benefits Of School Closures, DPS Advances 'Right-Sizing' Plan
Feb. 9
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences