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College Faculty in the News: October 10, 2018

October 10, 2018

Local, regional and national media outlets are reaching out to faculty in the Department of Political Science as well as students involved in the Vote Everywhere Initiative as the nation approaches the November mid-term elections. Follow these stories and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.


A Sign of Hope

October 10, 2018

When Professor Roger Reeb’s students help the homeless learn American Sign Language or harvest tomatoes and zucchini at a shelter’s urban farm, it is not just about the new language skills or the vegetables, and the students are not just volunteers.


Nano Manufacturing

October 08, 2018

The National Science Foundation has awarded two University of Dayton researchers $317,158 to study a new manufacturing process for building three-dimensional structures that are 1,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.


A Little TLC for 4, 5, 6

October 01, 2018

Roesch Library’s study floors get mini-makeovers with better chairs, carrel repairs and six more renovated study rooms.


College Faculty in the News: September 27, 2018

September 27, 2018

An interview with the new Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis was recently featured on local media outlets ABC22/Fox45. Inglis spoke about her experiences dealing with global human rights issues during her 15-year tenure at the United Nations and discussed how she plans to bring global, national and local human rights issues to the forefront for students at the University of Dayton.


Summer Research Fellows

September 25, 2018

The Dean’s Summer Fellowship program provides an opportunity for University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences undergraduate students to conduct summer research in any academic discipline under the guidance of a faculty mentor.


Engineering Impact 2018

September 21, 2018

Read how our faculty, staff and students are impacting our University and our world.


Media Ethics

September 18, 2018

Chad Painter has taught Media Ethics: Issues and Cases in his communication courses; now he is a co-author of the textbook’s new edition.


‘Left Behind America’: Chasing the Data

September 14, 2018

Roesch Library research services librarian David Luftig dives into the data behind the "Frontline"/ProPublica episode on Dayton, Ohio.


With nationalism rising, do global human rights still have mass appeal?

September 14, 2018

Caring about the rights of distant others was once fashionable but, as walls go up and societies retract, global citizen engagement may well be the next victim of this new nationalist resurgence. This article was published originally on Open Global Rights.

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