Friday November 17, 2017

UD in the News Nov. 11-17

During the week of Nov. 11-17, the University's entrepreneurship program was highlighted by Entrepreneur magazine, celebrity Jim Parsons interviewed political scientist Nancy Martorano Miller about local and state government, and the Associated Press spoke to law professor Lori Shaw about Ohio's lethal injection process in a high-profile death penalty case.

University Business also featured Office of Learning Resources Director Elizabeth Harrison in an article on campus housing.

A sample of the news coverage for Nov. 11-17 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage in November.

Experts: Failed execution attempt may cause legal challenges
The Washington Post via The Associated Press (At least 67 outlets, including the websites of ABC News, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Miami Herald and McClatchy's DC bureau, picked up the story.)
Lori Shaw, School of Law

Top 25 Best Undergrad Programs for Entrepreneurs in 2018
Entrepreneur
School of Business Administration

Why local and state elections matter
Jim Parsons is Too Stupid for Politics on SiriusXM radio (subscriber)
Nancy Martorano Miller, political science

4 ways Tesla’s electric truck announcement could change our roads
MarketWatch
Raúl Ordóñez, School of Engineering

College roommate not wanted
University Business
Elizabeth Harrison, Office of Learning Resources

A picture says a thousand words, celebrating National Black Catholic History
Catholic Telegraph

University of Dayton

Can a diet really be the prescribed medicine?
Dayton Daily News
Diana Cuy Castellanos, health and sport science

University of Dayton students bring awareness to homelessness
WDTN-TV
Cheyenne Palmer, Center for Social Concern

FOX 45 investigates why laws might not be enough to protect your kids from sextortion
ABC22/Fox45
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Commentary: Extreme Precipitation Events And The Miami Valley
WYSO-FM
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

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