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Friday September 8, 2017

UD in the News Sept. 1-8

National and local media turned to University of Dayton faculty for expertise in business, politics and history during the first week of September.

The National Catholic Reporter also included comments from religious studies assistant professor Neomi DeAnda on Hispanics and African-Americans coming together to fight racism. 

Parade, the Huffington Post and other outlets featured the first humorist-in-residence program offered in partnership with the Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop.

And local media highlighted the University's efforts to enroll more students from lower-income families.

Highlights of the news coverage for Sept. 1-8 are below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

What is BI? Business intelligence definition and solutions
Michael Gorman, operations management and decision science 

The biggest reason female middle managers don’t get promoted
Tracy Miller, MBA@Dayton

Comedy Writer Anna Lefler Creates A Writing Opportunity with Free Room Service
Parade (Huffington Post also picked up this story)
Teri Rizvi, Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop

Hispanics, African-Americans come together to fight racism
National Catholic Reporter
Neomi DeAnda, religious studies

University of Dayton is creating a rooftop garden
WHIO-TV, Dayton Daily News

UD joins national effort to enroll more low income students
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV
Jason Reinoehl, enrollment management

The NASA probe whose 20-year journey will end with a crash into Saturn got its power from Dayton
Dayton Daily News
Chad Barklay, UDRI

Stealth bombers, UFO rumors, test pilots among Wright Patterson’s past 100 years
Dayton Daily News
John Leland, UDRI
Janet Bednarek, history

Online political conversations turn to confrontation parts III and III
Christopher Devine, political science

UD China Institute Milestone, New Partnerships
Paul Benson, provost

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