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June in the News

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

Through May of fiscal year 2021, the total value of coverage is an estimated $8.75 million with an estimated reach of 6.7 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton mentioned the University at least 2,156 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Echoing the Concorde, United is buying supersonic planes from aviation startup boom
June 3
Janet Bednarek, history

Supersonic flights: The future of air travel could change forever with travel times cut in half
June 3
NewsNation (formerly WGN America)
Janet Bednarek, history

Can bad memories change the way you feel about your favorite fragrance?
June 4
Julie Walsh-Messinger, psychology

Working groups help Vatican prepare Laudato Si' Action Platform for launch
June 7
National Catholic Reporter
Matthew Worsham, facilities management
Rebecca Potter, sustainability
Sr. Leanne Jablonski, Hanley Sustainability Institute

5 things to consider when launching a hybrid JD program
June 7
University of Dayton School of Law

University Of Dayton examines the legacies of the Vietnam War
June 8
WVXU-FM Cincinnati Edition
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center
Paul Morrow, Human Rights Center

Women are as likely as men to accept a gender pay gap if they benefit from it
June 10
The Conversation
Marlon Williams, economics

The future of diversity and inclusion in intellectual property
June 10
WVXU-FM Cincinnati Edition
School of Law Program in Law and Technology

Record number of Ohio businesses started in pandemic
June 11
The Columbus Dispatch

Vince Lewis, L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

Electric heat pumps use much less energy than furnaces, and can cool houses too – here’s how they work
June 14
The Conversation
Bob Brecha, sustainability, Hanley Sustainability Institute, physics, renewable and clean energy program

What a Title IX lawsuit might mean for religious universities
June 15
The Conversation
Susan Trollinger, English
Bill Trollinger, history

Why business travel Is coming back; Learning airport history
June 15
Travel Commons podcast
Janet Bednarek, history

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in June, click here.

Multiple Outlets

University of Dayton receives federal grant to address mental health services
June 10
School of Education and Health Sciences
Dayton Business Journal, Dayton Daily News, ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV


Governor DeWine calling for help in gun control laws amid Springfield shooting
June 2
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

Victor Santana defense attorney withdraws from case, murder trial postponed
June 7
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Experts weigh in on video of man being run over by a Springfield police cruiser
June 15
Tom Hagel, School of Law


Anxiety, frustrations common in social interactions as health orders lift, experts offer advice on communication
June 6
Art Jipson, sociology