Faculty in the News: July 10, 2017

Art Jipson discusses the risks that come with the ever-changing trends in social media. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

"Homegrown Terrorism in the Miami Valley Part I," "Part II," "Part III"
WHIO-TV/Channel 7, Jul. 9, 2017
Associate Professor Mark Ensalaco, Director of Human Rights Research, department of political science.

"Dr. Grant Neeley discusses G-20 Summit"
WDTN-TV/Channel 2, Dayton, Jul. 7, 2017
Associate Professor Grant Neeley, chair, department of political science.

"New feature on Snapchat is Raising Eyebrows"
Fox45 TV, Dayton, Jun. 29, 2017
Associate Professor Arthur Jipson, criminal justice studies

"Why everyone hates Nickelback"
FM News, 101 KXL, Portland, OR, Jun. 29, 2017
Assistant Professor Tobias Rush, department of music and Assistant Professor Erin O’Mara, department of psychology.

"U.D. art educator is an award magnet"
Dayton Daily News, Jun. 16, 2017
Assistant Professor R. Darden Bradshaw, area coordinator for art education.

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