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Faculty in the News: June 23, 2017

Neomi DeAnda discusses the reaction of U.S. Catholic archdioceses to activists' push for sanctuary of undocumented immigrants. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

"Meet the Man Who Wants NYC Catholic Churches to Offer Sanctuary to Immigrants"
NBC News, Jun. 19, 2017
Assistant Professor Neomi DeAnda, department of religious studies.

"Are politicians becoming targets?"
Dayton Daily News, Jun. 16, 2017
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, department of political science.

"U.D. art educator is an award magnet"
Dayton Daily News, Jun. 16, 2017
Assistant Professor R. Darden Bradshaw, department of art and design.

"UD partners with city, libraries on program to improve quality of life"
WHIO-TV/Channel 7, Jun. 16, 2017
Executive Director Hunter Phillips Goodman, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community.

"Commentary: Sustainable Development and Energy In Cuba"
91.3/WYSO Public Radio, Yellow Springs OH, Jun. 15, 2017
Professor Robert Brecha, department of physics, Research Director for the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

"UD launches program to boost quality of life in Dayton"
Dayton Daily News, Jun. 15, 2017
Executive Director Hunter Phillips Goodman, Fitz Center for Leadership in Community.

"UD professor awarded more than $364K to study grasshoppers"
Dayton Daily News, Jun. 15, 2017
Assistant Professor Chelse Prather, department of biology.

"A Green Revolving Fund" 
College Planning & Management, June, 2017
Hanley Sustainability Institute.

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