Leader in Higher Education
Future-focused, growing and on the move — these words describe the University of Dayton, a top-tier Catholic research university, according to U.S. News & World Report. During the 2013-14 academic year, national media took notice of the University’s growing reputation and the continuing transformation and expansion of campus.
A Player on the Regional and National Scenes
When President Barack Obama commented that law schools should move from three to two years, CNBC.com turned to School of Law Dean Paul McGreal for insight. He said said change may evolve when the ABA shows some flexibility and added that solutions could arise from "a more robust waiver program to allow law schools to find solutions through experimentation."
Philosophy professor Peggy DesAutels talked to The New York Times Aug. 3 on efforts to curb sexism in philosophy.
The Wall Street Journal quoted McGreal extensively about the changing landscape of law schools and law school enrollment. The ABA Journal picked up the story.
WDTN-TV interviewed Kurt Hoffmann, environmental sustainability manager, about the university’s national commitment to become carbon neutral. The Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV picked up a news release. The websites Energy Central,Renewablesbiz and Ohio Landscapes also picked up the story.
Getting Students Job Ready
Nanowerk.com picked up a news release about the Minority Analyst Program.