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Friday August 18, 2017

UD in the News Aug. 12-18

Media highlighted the University's strategic vision, hands-on learning opportunities, responses to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and our incoming class the week of Aug. 12-18.

Sociologists Art Jipson and Paul Becker, political violence expert Mark Ensalaco, political scientist Christopher Devine, law professor Tom Hagel and Crystal Sullivan in campus ministry lent their voices to stories covering the events in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV and WDTN-TV did stories on how experiential learning in the School of Engineering's Innovation Center led to seven students being listed on a patent with international food services company Hobart.

That trio also reported on the University welcoming its largest and most diverse class in history.

Highlights of the news coverage from Aug. 12-18 are below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

UD launches new website based on president's 'strategic vision'
Dayton Daily News

Political violence expert discusses Charlottesville
WLW-AM (Cincinnati)
Mark Ensalaco, Human Rights Center

Charlottesville likely to embolden white radicals
The Columbus Dispatch
Paul Becker, sociology

Fear and hatred in Charlottesville
Christopher Devine, political science

Even Before Charlottesville, Ohio's Hate Groups Had Been On The March
Paul Becker, sociology

'We're more of a civil rights organization now,' Ku Klux Klan leader says
Dayton Daily News
Art Jipson, sociology, and Tom Hagel, School of Law

University of Dayton students, faculty and staff meet at peace pole to pray for Charlottesville

University of Dayton engineering students to be listed on patent with Hobart
WDTN-TV, WHIO-TV, Dayton Daily News

University of Dayton move-in day

UD's largest class in history to move to campus on Friday
Dayton Daily News
Cari Wallace, student development

3 new restaurants to open this week at UD
Dayton Daily News

Commentary: Population and Sustainable Development
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Despite Trump Turmoil, Endangered Senate Dems on the Run
Christopher Devine, political science

The road to India's partition
The Conversation
Haimanti Roy, history

Finding grace in singleness: How being single is still part of the Church
Jana Bennett, religious studies

Fact or Fiction: Does Coca Candy Prevent Altitude Sickness?
I Spy Physiology
Student and Anne R. Crecelius, health and sport science

Lessons learned from El Salvador's crisis
Dayton Daily News
Miranda Cady Hallett, sociology

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