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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.

Through November of fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $1.9 million with an estimated reach of 5.68 million people. Media in markets outside Ohio have mentioned the University at least 577 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

NPR's William Dobson On The Learning Curves of Dictators
Nov. 1
Speakers Series
Social Practice of Human Rights Conference

University Of Dayton Receives NSF Research Grant For Laser Project
Nov. 1
ASEE First Bell
Andy Chong, physics

These 4 Universities Offer Unique Entrepreneurship Programs For College Students
Nov. 2

Top IT issues and diversifying the campus tech workforce
Nov. 2
Tom Skill, CIO
Education Dive

KKK had active history in Ohio, nation
Nov. 3
William Trollinger, history
Wapakoneta Daily News

Researcher Awarded Grant to Work on Artificial Intelligence
Nov. 5
Tarek Taha, School of Engineering
The Associated Press
U.S. News & World Report, the Chicago Tribune, the Miami Herald, ASEE First Bell and WTVN-AM in Columbus, Ohio, are among the nearly 100 outlets to pick up the story.

Russia’s Fake News Is Nothing New
Nov. 6
The Saturday Evening Post
David Darrow, history

Divided Menendez Jury Will Restart Its Deliberations
Nov. 9
The Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Why local and state elections matter
Nov. 13
Jim Parsons is Too Stupid for Politics on SiriusXM radio (subscriber)
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

Top 25 Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurs in 2018
Nov. 14
School of Business Administration

A picture says a thousand words, celebrating National Black Catholic History
Nov. 14
Catholic Telegraph

University of Dayton

Experts: Failed execution attempt may cause legal challenges
Nov. 16
The Washington Post via The Associated Press (At least 67 outlets, including the websites of ABC News, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Miami Herald and McClatchy's DC bureau, picked up the story.)
Lori Shaw, School of Law

4 ways Tesla’s electric truck announcement could change our roads
Nov. 16
Raúl Ordóñez, School of Engineering

College roommate not wanted
Nov. 17
University Business
Elizabeth Harrison, Office of Learning Resources

University of Saint Francis offers accelerated law degree with University of Dayton
Nov. 17-27
WANE-TV and The Journal Gazette in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, the Dayton Business Journal, the Cincinnati Business Courier,, WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, and the Tax Prof Blog

These 4 Universities Offer Unique Entrepreneurship Programs For College Students
Nov. 24
Sunbury News

Colleges start new academic programs
Inside Higher Ed
Nov. 28
Graduate Certificate in Sustainability Studies

A Call for Good Samaritans
ALIVE (The national magazine of The Marianists)
Fall issue
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in November, click here.

Multiple Outlets

New program to help Dayton physicians get nutrition education
Nov. 1
Jennifer Dalton, dietetics
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV

Human rights conference at the University of Dayton
Nov. 8-9
Youssef Farhat and Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center
All three local TV stations

UD announces name for new student apartments on Lowes Street
Nov. 14
WHIO-TV, Dayton Daily NewsDayton Business Journal

Entrepreneurship program among best in the nation
Nov. 15
School of Business Administration
WHIO-TV, Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal 

At the Manger offers Nativities, behind the scenes tours
Nov. 27
Fr. Johann Roten, International Marian Research Institute

Dayton Daily News

Election 2017: Issue 2 sides make final push for Ohio voters
Nov. 2
Dan Birdsong, political science

UD’s 54th Christmas on Campus set for Dec. 8
Nov. 6
Maddy Paramo, Christmas on Campus committee

COMMENTARY: Cutting off the Clean Power Plan will just hurt us all
Nov. 8
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Air Force failed to notify FBI of alleged church shooter's past
Nov. 8
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Can a diet really be the prescribed medicine?
Nov. 14
Diana Cuy Castellanos, health and sport science

UD’s plans for a ‘shark tank’ in Dayton Arcade would turn it into innovation hub
Nov. 17
Paul Benson, provost

Calorie-free ways to improve your meals
Nov. 21
Jennifer Dalton, health and sport science


Insanity Plea in Helton Case
Nov. 2
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Ohio supreme court justice running for governor may pose ethics issue
Nov. 10
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Explaining Net Neutrality
Nov. 28
Tom Skill, chief information officer


University of Dayton students bring awareness to homelessness
Nov. 16-17
Cheyenne Palmer, Center for Social Concern

Marian Library to mark 75 years in 2018
Nov. 21
Sarah Cahalan, Marian Library


Voters deciding on Marsy's Law, a bill that gives rights to crime victims, families
Nov. 7
Tom Hagel, School of Law

FOX 45 investigates why laws might not be enough to protect your kids from sextortion
Nov. 15
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

The basics of net neutrality and how it may change the way you use the internet
Nov. 28
Andrew Rossow, School of Law

Experts weigh in on DeWine and Husted teaming up for gubernatorial race
Nov. 30
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

Dayton Business Journal

University of Dayton partners with Big Four accounting firm EY
Nov. 6


Commentary: Extreme Precipitation Events And The Miami Valley
Nov. 13
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Oakwood Register

New life for Old River Park
Nov. 29
Ryan McEwan, biology