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Faculty in the News: February 24, 2017

Professor Robert Brecha discusses renewable energy transformation in today's political and economic environment. See this and other highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

"What Are the Barriers to a Renewable Energy Transformation?"
91.3/WYSO Public Radio, Yellow Springs OH, Feb. 22, 2017
Professor Robert Brecha, department of physics, Research Director for the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

"Woman finds shirt on windshield, worries someone was trying to abduct her"
FOX45now.com, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017
Lecturer Tony Talbott, department of political science and director, Abolition Ohio.

"Human rights expert discusses latest with president's immigration orders"
WDTN-TV/Channel 2, Dayton, Feb. 22, 2017
Professor Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, director, Human Rights Center.

"Flynn Resigns"
WDTN-TV/Channel 2, Dayton, Feb. 22, 2017
Associate Professor Grant Neeley, chair, department of political science.

"UD reaction to reports about using national guard to roundup illegal immigrants"
ABC22/Fox45 TV, Dayton, Feb. 19, 2017
Professor Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, director, Human Rights Center.

"Human rights expert comments on AP report about rounding up illegal immigrants"
WDTN/Channel 2 TV, Dayton, Feb. 19, 2017
Professor Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, director, Human Rights Center.

"Trump may shrink EPA, but effects in Ohio to be delayed"
The Columbus Dispatch, Columbus OH, Feb. 15, 2017
Associate Professor Michelle Pautz, director, master of public administration program, department of political science.

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