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June

June

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

In fiscal year 2019, the total value of coverage is an estimated $6.37 million with an estimated reach of 6.22 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton mentioned the University at least 1,054 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

What can you do with a chemistry degree?
June 1
U.S. News & World Report
Dave Johnson, chemistry

Loss of smell, taste with COVID-19 more prevalent than previously thought
June 2
MDAlert.com
Julie Walsh-Messinger

Five things to know about Trump's legal power under the Insurrection Act
June 2
The Hill
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Explainer: Can Trump send the U.S. military to quell violence at protests?
June 2
Reuters (Picked up by Yahoo! News, Voice of America, U.S. News & World Report, MSN News and The New York Times)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

As nation reels, Trump's focus is strength, not unity
June 3
Christian Science Monitor
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Unidentified military personnel extend perimeter around the White House
June 3
The Hill
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Unidentified prison agents patrol DC amid protests, curfew
June 4
Business Insider
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Charges made against all four officers in George Floyd case
June 4
Al Jazeera English
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Lawmakers call for legislation to force federal officers to identify themselves
June 4
The Hill
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Electionland 2020: June Super Tuesday, Trump's voter registration, election bills and more
June 5
ProPublica
Nancy Miller, political science

How West Africa can expand power supply and meet climate goals
June 5
The Conversation
Bob Brecha, University of Dayton

Removing Confederate statues in the U.S.
June 7
BBC World
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

Could Covid-19 force a 'buy local' food revolution?
June 8
America
Vince Miller, religious studies

Book Review: How the South won the Civil War (2020)
June 10
Civil War Monitor
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

Christopher Devine on do running mates matter
June 10
News/Talk 1540 KXEL (Waterloo/Cedar Rapids, Iowa)
Christopher Devine, political science

Theologians pledge to fight injustice, forge solidarity
June 11
Crux
Kelly Johnson, Fr. Ferree Chair of Social Justice

Ways all of us can be part of the solution to racial justice
June 11
Spectrum News (Ohio and North Carolina)
Lawrence Burnley, diversity, equity and inclusion

Joe Biden said he will pick a woman as his vice president. Who should it be?
June 11
The Wall Street Journal
Christopher Devine, political science

Churchgoers aren't able to lift every voice and sing during the pandemic – here's why that matters
June 12
The Conversation
Donna Cox, music

Video: How simple math can help predict the melting of sea ice
June 12
The Conversation
Ivan Sudakov, physics

University of Dayton is working to become "anti-racist university"
June 15-18
WCMH-TV (Columbus, Ohio), WHIO-TV, WHIO.com and WDTN-TV
Eric F. Spina, president
Lawrence Burnley, diversity, equity and inclusion

The power of storytelling to educate
June 16
Colorado Springs Gazette/Pikes Peak Courier
Michelle Pautz, political science

A business school resurgence: Finance labs make a comeback on college campuses
June 16
Poets & Quants for Undergrads
Davis Center for Portfolio Management

Confronting unfinished democracy: Turning the tide
June 17
The (Toledo) Blade
Julius Amin, history

Black religious leaders are up front and central in US protests – as they have been for the last 200 years
June 17
The Conversation
Lawrence Burnley, diversity, equity and inclusion

Removing Lost Cause monuments is the first step in dismantling white supremacy
June 19
The Washington Post
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

Celebrate, then keep fighting, DACA advocates say
June 19
Crux
Neomi De Anda, religious studies

Bar exam results improve as schools push prep
Spring 2020 issue
preLaw
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

Teaching scientists how to protect their intellectual property
June 22
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati) and WOSU-AM (Columbus, Ohio)
Paul Schlottman, School of Law

How the New York media covered the Stonewall riots
June 23-24
Raw Story and Vox.com (via The Conversation)
Chad Painter, communication

Richmond's Lee statue is set to come down. It's a new chance for the city
June 24
Vox
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

University of Dayton releases plan for students' return to campus this fall
June 25-26
Spectrum News 1 (Ohio), WYSO-FM, WOSU-AM (Columbus, Ohio), Dayton Daily News, WDTN/Dayton CW, ABC22/Fox45 and WHIO-TV

The short list: What we know about Joe Biden's VP search
June 30
NPR On Point
Christopher Devine, political science

Being black and living in America
June 30
Ghana News
Dorothy Mensah-Aggrey, Institute for Pastoral Initiatives

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in June, click here

Multiple Outlets

UD reveals part of plan to welcome students back in the fall
June 4-5
Dayton Business Journal, Dayton Daily News, WDTN/Dayton CW, ABC22/Fox45 and WHIO-TV

Dayton Daily News

How did we get here? Experts: Long history of racial injustice
Dayton Daily News panel on black community, police relations
June 7
Lawrence Burnley, diversity, equity and inclusion

Panel: Police relation problems reflect larger issues
June 10
Lawrence Burnley, diversity, equity and inclusion

What does the next 100 days of coronavirus in Ohio look like?
June 14
Christopher Devine, political science

Freedoms, protecting against virus must be balanced
June 17
Charles Russo, School of Law

Opinion: Emancipation Days "call for an end to segregation, discrimination and racial violence," University of Dayton professor says
June 17
Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders, history

Online training program focuses on intellectual property protection
June 19
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

Trash to jet fuel? UD can do that
June 30
Steve Zabarnick, UDRI

Dayton Business Journal

Race and inequality in Dayton: Q&A with Eric Spina, University of Dayton president
June 16
Eric F. Spina, president

WHIO-TV

Thousands want change after ex-Springboro gym teacher’s sentence in sex case
June 8
Tom Hagel, School of Law

WDTN-TV

UD, Abolition Ohio offers online human trafficking services
June 2
Tony Talbott, Abolition Ohio

Layers of a movement: An analysis of local protests
June 2
Leslie Picca, sociology

Global response to injustice as protests continue
June 5
Art Jipson, sociology

Officers facing charges for George Floyd's death
June 8
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

UD professor explains calls to 'defund police'
June 9
Art Jipson, criminal justice studies

Pandemic economic impact: Current trends & expectations
June 11
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Educators trying to prepare for next year amid pandemic uncertainty
June 12
Vince Lewis, L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

Legality of police reform
June 17
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Senate Dems block Republican police reform bill
June 24
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

ABC22/Fox45

BlackOutTuesday highlights racial equality and solidarity on social platforms
June 2
Joel Pruce, human rights studies program

Parents demand change after former Springboro teacher's sentencing
June 12
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Ohio daycares file lawsuit over pandemic regulations
June 24
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Hamilton Journal-News

Public unions entering 'a brave new world' post-coronavirus
June 6
Charles Russo, School of Law

COVID-19 could be increasing human trafficking cases
June 9
Tony Talbott, Abolition Ohio

Dayton.com

Famous Dayton women in history: Natalie Clifford Barney
June 3
Samuel Dorf, music