College Faculty in the News: July 25, 2017

Umesh Haritashya discusses his NASA grant and how it advances his study of earthquakes. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

“Commentary: The Life Cycle of Renewables”
91.3/WYSO Public Radio, Yellow Springs OH, Jul. 24, 2017
Professor Robert Brecha, department of physics, Research Director for the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

"How will Sen. McCain's illness affect healthcare vote?"
WHIO-TV/Channel 7, Jul. 24, 2017
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, department of political science.

"UD lands part of $1.1M grant from NASA"
Dayton Business Journal, Jul. 20, 2017
Associate Professor Umesh Haritashya, department of geology.

"Trump Stays Strong in Key Counties Even as Overall Approval Sags"
PoliZette, Jul. 17, 2017
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, department of political science.

"The Insolent Chauffeurs of America’s Early Automobile Era"
Atlas Obscura, Jul. 14, 2017
Professor John Heitmann, department of history.

"Pacemaker case a sign of more data-driven investigations, court cases"
Dayton Daily News and Hamilton/Middletown Journal-News, Jul. 14, 2017
Professor Jefferson Ingram, department of political science.

“Imagine a closer relationship with God when picturing heaven”
CatholicPhilly.com, Jul. 12, 2017
Associate Professor Kelly Johnson, department of religious studies.

"Illinois Issues: Local Icon Shifts To ‘The Most Dangerous Woman In America’"
Illinois Public Media, NPR, Jul. 11, 2017
Professor Emerita Marilyn Fischer, department of history.

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