Monday July 17, 2017

UD In the News July 1-15

During the the first two weeks of July, outcomes of the University of Dayton fixed net-price tuition plan drew national attention and our experts talked about heaven, Mary Gardens and chauffeurs, among other topics.

Significant news coverage included an in-depth story about the outcomes of the fixed net-price tuition plan in The Chronicle of Higher Education, a leading national higher education news outlet. The ABA Journal, a national news source for the legal community, wrote about a new School of Law graduate program, and Biofuels Digest carried a story about the Research Institute's work on algae.

Highlights for the first half of July are below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

How One University Makes Transparent Pricing Work
Chronicle of Higher Education
Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management

Gardens planted with prayers
National Catholic Reporter
International Marian Research Institute

One tank trip: Marian Library
Living Bread Radio
Gloria Dodd, International Marian Research Institute

University of Dayton researchers seek to reduce algae's limitations
Biofuels Digest
University of Dayton Research Institute

Law school introduces government procurement MSL program for JDs and non-JDs
ABA Journal
Paul Schlottman, School of Law

Illinois Issues: Local Icon Shifts To 'The Most Dangerous Woman In America'
Illinois Public Media
Marilyn Fischer, philosophy

Imagine a closer relationship with God when picturing heaven
Catholic Philly via Catholic News Service
Kelly Johnson, religious studies

The Insolent Chauffeurs of America’s Early Automobile Era
Atlas Obscura
John Heitmann, history

UD partners with LexisNexis, Emerson
Dayton Business Journal and Dayton Daily News
School of Law

Antioch Writers' Workshop moves to UD this year with top authors
Dayton Daily News

UD dining services wins 'employer of the year' award from Goodwill
Dayton Daily News
Mary Eilbeck, dining services

Commentary: The Energy Of Citizenship
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Dr. Grant Neeley discusses G-20 Summit
WDTN-TV Five on 2
Grant Neeley, political science

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