Friday August 11, 2017

UD in the News Aug. 1-11

University of Dayton faculty shared their research and expertise on topics ranging from business to foreign affairs in national media outlets during the first two weeks of August.

The Associated Press quoted Human Rights Center Interim Executive Director Tony Talbott in a round-up of national experts explaining the tension between the United State and North Korea. More than 300 outlets across the country, including The New York Times and U.S. News & World Report, picked up the story.

Christian Kiewitz, professor of management, shared his research on defensive silence with The Academic Minute, a popular radio program that selects professors from top universities across the country to share “groundbreaking research and how that research helps us understand and solve the big problems that matter to us all.”

And Jana Bennett, associate professor of religious studies, wrote a piece on Charlie Gard for America, the Jesuit Reviewthe leading Catholic journal of opinion in the United States.

Highlights of the news coverage from Aug. 1-11 are below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

What next for North Korea, Guam and Trump? Experts weigh in
The Associated Press
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Bad Bosses and Defensive Silence
The Academic Minute
Christian Kiewitz, management

Charlie Gard: a story of disability bias
America, the Jesuit Review
Jana Bennett, religious studies

How Will The Mueller Grand Jury Handle Classified Information?
Talking Points Memo
Lori Shaw, School of Law

MS-13 crackdown may make a bad situation worse
Houston Chronicle
Miranda Hallett, sociology

In 2 years, ransomware raked in an estimated $25M
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

New Books Explore How to be Single and Christian
Publishers Weekly
Jana Bennett, religious studies

UDRI partners with nanotech company
Dayton Business Journal
Brian Rice, UDRI

UD students are eating way better than their counterparts, survey says
Dayton Daily News
Mary Eilbeck, dining services

Russian surveillance jet at Wright-Patterson
Dayton Daily News
David Darrow, history

Trying juveniles as adults
WHIO-TV
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Making healthy choices about food
ABC22/Fox45
Jennifer Dalton, dietetics

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