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Friday November 10, 2017

UD in the News Nov. 4-10

The Associated Press featured engineering research on artificial intelligence while The Saturday Evening Post and The Wall Street Journal tapped experts to discuss "fake news" in Russia and the split jury in the bribery and corruption trial of a U.S. senator, respectively.

All three Dayton TV stations previewed the Human Rights Center's biennial human rights conference, which attracts an international cast of more than 100 civil rights, race, immigration and human rights experts from more than 15 nations.

Other local coverage highlighted a University partnership with Big Four accounting firm EY that will prepare students for the corporate world and provide them internship opportunities, our annual Christmas on Campus celebration, and expertise in law and sustainability.

A sample of the news coverage for Nov. 4-10 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage in November.

Researcher Awarded Grant to Work on Artificial Intelligence
Tarek Taha, School of Engineering
The Associated Press
U.S. News & World Report, the Chicago Tribune, the Miami Herald, ASEE First Bell and WTVN-AM in Columbus, Ohio, are among the nearly 100 outlets to pick up the story.

Russia’s Fake News Is Nothing New
The Saturday Evening Post
David Darrow, history

Divided Menendez Jury Will Restart Its Deliberations
Nov. 9
The Wall Street Journal (subscription)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Human rights conference at the University of Dayton
All three local TV stations
Youssef Farhat and Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

University of Dayton partners with Big Four accounting firm EY
Dayton Business Journal

UD’s 54th Christmas on Campus set for Dec. 8
Dayton Daily News
Maddy Paramo, Christmas on Campus committee

COMMENTARY: Cutting off the Clean Power Plan will just hurt us all
Dayton Daily News
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Air Force failed to notify FBI of alleged church shooter's past
Dayton Daily News
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Voters deciding on Marsy's Law, a bill that gives rights to crime victims, families
ABC 22/Fox 45
Tom Hagel, School of Law

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