December in the News

Highlights for December 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 $1.85 million with an estimated reach of 1.76 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton have mentioned the University at least 448 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Promoting Human Rights Through Dialogue, Research and Education
Dec. 3
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati)
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

Seeking Asylum: Why Families Are Fleeing Central America at This Critical Moment
Dec. 5
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati)
Miranda Hallett, anthropology and Human Rights Center

When Self-Help Just Makes Your Life Worse
Dec. 5
Jack Bauer, psychology

Dorothy Day — 'A Saint for Our Times'
Dec. 5
Religion News Service via The Conversation
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

China Demands Release of Huawei Executive
Dec. 6
CTV (Canada)
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence

Conflict in Cameroon is Extracting a Heavy Toll on Ordinary People
Dec. 11
The Conversation
Julius Amin, history

University of Dayton Researcher Named on Second Patent for Device to Provide Better Relief for Glaucoma Patients 
Dec. 13
Eyewire News
Khalid Lafdi, University of Dayton Wright Brothers Endowed Chair in Nanomaterials 

Ford, Volkswagen Explore Broad Partnership, but Deny Merger
Dec. 14
Detroit Free Press
John Heitmann, history

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in December, click here

Multiple Outlets

Local Students Get Chance to Pitch Fairgrounds Redevelopment Plan
Dec. 3-4
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45
Don Chase, civil and environmental engineering and engineering mechanics

Christmas on Campus
Dec. 7
Sam Windsor and Matt Gnacek, co-coordinators

Dayton Daily News

College Applications: Students Apply Earlier, Weigh Cost, Choices
Dec. 2
Rob Durkle, enrollment management and financial aid

Lawmakers Put Partisan Differences Aside in Recent Series of Area Announcements
Dec. 10
Christopher Devine, political science

Montgomery County Settles 2nd Jail Pepper-Spray Lawsuit
Dec. 11
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Natural Gas Price Bump Could Cause Higher Heating Bill
Dec. 11
Bob Wilkens, School of Engineering


New Solar Powered System Is Up and Running at the University of Dayton
Dec. 6
Steve Kendig, facilities management


'Dinner in the Desert Kitchen' Helps Raise Money to Make Gem City Market a Reality
Dec. 7
Glenna Jennings, art and design