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Friday January 12, 2018

UD in the News Jan. 1-15

The new year began with a spotlight on how faculty use student feedback by 'The Chronicle of Higher Education,' a high honor from 'The Academic Minute,' and national media seeking UD experts.

The Chronicle highlighted the communication department's use of student feedback in designing the "Principles of Oral Communication" class.

"The Academic Minute" named management and marketing professor Christian Kiewitz's contribution the Best Communications Segment of 2017. Produced by WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, "The Academic Minute" airs in nearly 70 markets across the country. Inside Higher Ed, a leading website on higher education news, also shares the program daily.

NPR talked to Neomi DeAnda in religious studies about the history of breast milk in the Catholic Church.

La Opinion, which bills itself as the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States, included Mark Ensalaco of the Human Rights Center in a roundup of experts discussing the cancellation of the temporary protection status for some Salvadoran immigrants.

The Catholic Telegraph also featured the Marian Library and UD's Martin Luther King Jr. celebration events.

A sample of the news coverage the first half of January is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during the month.

How Students Can Shape the Design of Their Courses
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Joe Valenzano, communication

Best Communications Segment Award: Abusive Bosses and Defensive Silence
The Academic Minute
Christian Kiewitz, management

Pope Francis Once Again Encourages Mothers To Breastfeed In The Sistine Chapel
Neomi DeAnda, religious studies

La cancelación del TPS salvadoreño es ilógica y contraria a los intereses estadounidenses en América Latina
La Opinion
Mark Ensalaco, Human Rights Center

UD's Marian Library marks 75 years
The Catholic Telegraph
Sarah Cahalan, Marian Library

University of Dayton Events to Celebrate Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Call Campus Community to Be Witness to History, Shape Future
The Catholic Telegraph

University of Dayton sets research record, rise in National Science Foundation Rankings
ASEE First Bell, Dayton Daily NewsDayton Business Journal, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV, ABC 22/Fox 45
John Leland, Office for Research, and Eric F. Spina, University president

Meeting canceled after media questions
Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV
Charlie Russo, School of Education and Health Sciences and School of Law

Deliberate planning will help keep that New Year’s resolution
Dayton Daily News
Jennifer Dalton, health and sports sciences

How the Dayton region is honoring Martin Luther King Jr's legacy
Dayton Daily News
University of Dayton

If Trump asks, Renacci may run for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat
and Ohio Republican Senate race battle of multimillionaires
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

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