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July in the News

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

Through July of fiscal year 2022, the total value of coverage is an estimated $3.5 million with an estimated reach of 96.5 million people. Media in markets outside Dayton mentioned the University at least 42 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Ohio sports betting leader says state not hurt by delay of bill passage
July 1
Gaming Today
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

Why Communion matters in Catholic life – and what it means to be denied the Eucharist
July 2
The Conversation
Timothy Gabrielli, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions

Biden gun and police policies threaten Democrats' 2022 midterm prospects
July 5
Fox News
Christopher Devine, political science

What was the earliest music?
July 5
Samuel Dorf, musicology

Por qué algunas personas terminan viviendo en aeropuertos durante semanas, meses e incluso años
July 6
The Conversation
Janet Bednarek, history

Railroads want to up productivity, but unions are in the way
July 9
Michael Gorman, business analytics

Richard Branson’s trip to space is about convincing others to come along
July 11
Janet Bednarek, history

Facebook can be sued for sex traffickers using its platform, Texas high court says
July 15
The Washington Times
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Review: A climate crisis sci-fi novel that actually offers hope
July 15
Vince Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture

Best student credit cards in 2021: Cards for starter credit
July 15
Christopher Calvin, accounting

Modernizing legal education through hybrid JD programs
July 16
School of Law

Why is there a chicken wing shortage?
July 20
The Columbus Dispatch
Michael Gorman, business analytics

Wally Funk's 60-year journey into space
July 20
Rolling Stone
Janet Bednarek, history

Hillsboro man federally charged for plotting mass shooting of women due in court Friday
July 22
WLWT-TV (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Art Jipson, sociology

Ex-Central Florida cops’ Capitol riot arrests underscore extremists’ inroads among police, experts say
July 23
Orlando Sentinel
Paul Becker, sociology

Gas engines, and the people behind them, are cast aside for electric vehicles
July 26
Fox Business (via The Wall Street Journal)
John Heitmann, history

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in July, click here.

Multiple Outlets

UD names new leader for Fitz Center for Leadership in Community
July 7
Nancy McHugh, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal and

Dayton Daily News

Dayton families sought for study on whether trauma can be inherited
July 2
Lucy Allbaugh, psychology

New Ohio law increases penalties for hazing following deaths at Ohio University, Bowling Green
July 7
University of Dayton

Ransomware attacks and other data compromises are on the rise
July 14
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence

Pandemic job losses: Ohio has ‘quite a ways to go’ to full recovery
July 27
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Dayton Business Journal

University of Dayton names new trustee members
July 6

Under this $60M federal program, UD is giving Ohio manufacturers a leg up
July 28
Jun-Ki Choi, Industrial Assessment Center


Universities say vaccine incentives work
July 16
Mary Buchwalder, Student Health Center


Right to repair movement: new information in battle between big tech and consumers
July 12
Andrew Rossow, School of Law


UD students' business is cleaning up
July 21
Will Schmidt, student
Kyle Schmidt, student