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August

August in the News

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

Through August of fiscal year 2021, the total value of coverage is an estimated $1.97 million with an estimated reach of 1.52 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton mentioned the University at least 488 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Why one team named the Indians won't be changing its name
Aug. 3
The New York Times
John Schleppi, health and sports sciences

Working together for the common good
Aug. 3
Catholic Telegraph (Cincinnati)
Eric F. Spina, president

Biden busca vice-presidente que amplie sua base e seja o futuro dos democratas
Aug. 3
Primeira Pagina (Brazil)
Christopher Devine, political science

Pompeo's plan for a hierarchy of human rights could serve to undermine them all – including religious freedom
Aug. 5
The Conversation
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

12 ways to cut your textbook costs
Aug. 5
U.S. News & World Report
University of Dayton

Who is the month of August dedicated to?
Aug. 6
National Catholic Register
The Rev. Johann Roten, Marian Library

Dinosaurs on Noah's Ark? Only at the science-free Creation Museum
Aug. 8
The Daily Beast (via The Conversation)
Susan Trollinger, English
Bill Trollinger, history

University of Dayton welcomes students back to campus
Aug. 10
Spectrum News 1 (Ohio)
Steve Herndon, student development

Fact check: Democrats, GOP take hits from third-party candidates
Aug. 11
USA Today (picked up by at least 80 outlets nationwide)
Christopher Devine, political science

Opinion: Why Joe Biden's pick of Kamala Harris for vice president won't make or break the 2020 election
Aug. 11
MarketWatch (via The Conversation)
Christopher Devine, political science

America has not forgotten Sarah Palin
Aug. 11
The Washington Times
Christopher Devine, political science

Joe Biden escolhe Kamala Harris como candidata a vice em sua chapa
Aug. 11
Crusoe (Brazil)
Christopher Devine, political science

Kamala Harris als dunkelhäutige Frau zum «Running Mate» ernannt – Joe Biden schreibt Geschichte
Aug. 11
Luzerner Zeitung (Switzerland)
Christopher Devine, political science

Joe Biden has announced his choice for VP
Aug. 11-12
CBC (Canada)
Christopher Devine, political science

Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as his running mate
Aug. 12
DW
Christopher Devine, political science

You have to win first: What Joe Biden's pick of Kamala Harris tells us about Biden
Aug. 12
USA Today
Christopher Devine, political science

History shows running mates don't help much. But Kamala Harris could be different
Aug. 12
NBC News
Christopher Devine, political science

Do vice-presidential picks matter?
Aug. 13
The Washington Post
Christopher Devine, political science

Kamala Harris potrebbe avere più impatto sul voto di altri candidati vice
Aug. 13
Corriere della Sera (Italy)
Christopher Devine, political science

Kamala Harris poses threat in traditional attacker role played by VP candidates
Aug. 13
Washington Examiner
Christopher Devine, political science

Democrats seek Harris boost in Senate race
Aug. 14
The Hill
Christopher Devine, political science

Five myths about the vice presidency
Aug. 14
The Washington Post
Christopher Devine, political science

A look at Kamala Harris
Aug. 15
KBS (Korea)
Christopher Devine, political science

Do V.P. picks matter?
Aug. 16
The New Yorker
Christopher Devine, political science

Can Joe Biden energize an online convention?
Aug. 16
The Columbus Dispatch
Dan Birdsong, political science

Kamala Harris seeks to define role of No. 2 on Biden's ticket
Aug. 19
Bloomberg
Christopher Devine, political science

Opinion: Elections must adapt to what's now a new reality
Aug. 19
Cincinnati Enquirer
Molly Malany Sayre, sociology

How Georgia church choirs have been changed amid COVID-19 worries
Aug. 19
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Donna Cox, music

Airports give travelers 'sensory overload.' Here's how to fix it
Aug. 21
USA Today
Janet Bednarek, history

An old-fashioned democrat
Aug. 21
Crusoe (Brazil)
Christopher Devine, political science

Undecided voters were key to Trump's win in 2016. Will they deliver again?
Aug. 24
Newsweek
Dan Birdsong, political science

Mike Pence to vouch for Trump on pandemic, economy in Baltimore speech (picked up by at least 50 outlets nationwide in the USA Today network)
Aug. 26
USA Today
Christopher Devine, political science

Mike Pence to formally accept party's VP nomination
Aug. 26
Newsy
Christopher Devine, political science

Events raise concerns about Hatch Act violations
Aug. 26
Newsy
Dan Birdsong, political science

New Zealand prime minister calls for plan to prevent social media from terror activities
Aug. 27
Al Jazeera English
David Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

Sustainable aviation fuels could soon take flight
Aug. 28
Energy News Network
Joshua Heyne, engineering

What the conventions reveal for Biden, Trump in final stretch to November
Aug. 28
Reuters
Christopher Devine, political science

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in August, click here.

Multiple Outlets

University of Dayton students begin move-in
Aug. 7-9
WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV, ABC22/Fox45 andDayton Daily News
Steve Herndon, student development

Dayton Daily News

CareSource employees to continue working from home
Aug. 6
Randy Sparks, management and marketing

How to prepare your child for a different school year
Aug. 16
Alan Demmitt, counselor education and human services

Kanye West seeking to be on Ohio ballot for president
Aug. 12
Christopher Devine, political science

High school diploma not enough, high-value credential or college degree a must
Aug. 18
Eric F. Spina, president

Montgomery County court suspends jury trials for rest of year
Aug. 20
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Borges, charged in $61M bribery scheme and once Ohio GOP leader, owed and paid off IRS debts
Aug. 24
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Dayton home sales prices see nearly 10% jump
Aug. 28
Tony Caporale, economics

Stein Mart loss has Kettering center eyeing 'all spectrums' to replace largest tenant
Aug. 31
Riley Dugan, marketing

WDTN-TV

Beirut, Lebanon, under state of emergency
Aug. 5
Youssef Farhat, political science

Articles of impeachment against Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine
Aug. 25
Nancy Miller, political science

How has the conversation around social issues changed?
Aug. 27
Lawrence Burnley, diversity and inclusion

ABC22/Fox45

Judge denies lawsuit against 10 p.m. alcohol curfew but bar owners could move forward
Aug. 5
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Dayton Business Journal

What the acquisition of Speedway could mean for Dayton
Aug. 4
Xinyan Yan, finance

Job loss by industry 'almost exactly the reverse' of 2008 recession (subscription)
Aug. 7
Richard Stock, Business Research Group