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Faculty in the News: May 10, 2017

John Heitmann discusses shifting trends in automotive technologies and their effects on the American driving experience. Read and listen to his comments, and follow other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

"President Trump, Pope Francis meet, exchange gifts"
KCBS-AM, San Francisco CA, May 24, 2017
Associate Professor Daniel Speed Thompson, chair, department of religious studies.

“10W30 courses through veins of car cruise enthusiasts”
The Times, Beaver County PA, May 24, 2017
Professor John Heitmann, department of history.

“STOP Trafficking tour reveals how children as young as 13 are used for sex”
WDTN-TV/Channel 2, Dayton, May 23, 2017
STOP Trafficking Training Coordinator Adie Lewis, Abolition Ohio, Human Rights Center.

“UD student wins research award”
Beavercreek News Current, May 20, 2017
Department of computer science.

“Cicadas emerge early”
ABC22/Fox45 TV, Dayton, May 19, 2017
Assistant Professor Chelse Prather, department of biology.

"Botox isn't just for baby boomers"
ABC22/Fox45 TV, Dayton, May 19, 2017
Lecturer Laura Toomb, department of communication.

"When the Robots Reach the Road"
Channel 33/The Ringer, Soundcloud Podcast, May 19, 2017
Professor John Heitmann, department of history.

“How does impeachment work?”
ABC22/Fox45 TV, Dayton, May 18, 2017
Lecturer Dan Birdsong, department of political science.

“Lawmaker calls for President Trump’s impeachment”
WDTN-TV/Channel 2, Dayton, May 18, 2017
Lecturer Dan Birdsong, department of political science.

"Progressives Force Feinstein to Go Partisan on Comey Firing"
LifeZette, May 11, 2017
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, department of political science.

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Arts Events: May 16, 2017

A radiant collection of paintings representing historic and modern interpretations of Mary, by regional artist Holly Schapker, greet visitors to the Marian Library through June 9. Enjoy this work and other inspiring arts experiences during the upcoming weeks.

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Marianist 'Spectacle'

Step aside, Alexander Hamilton. The University of Dayton will premiere a new musical about one of its own "founding fathers," Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, who survived persecution during the French Revolution and started the Society of Mary in 1817.

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