Friday February 9, 2018

UD in the News Feb. 3-9

'Diverse Issues in Higher Education' highlighted our new executive director of the Office Multicultural Affairs, 'Fortune' ran commentary from law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister and law student Jessica Bernard; and leading Catholic magazine 'America' tapped Bill Portier, Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology, to discuss challenges for Catholic ministry in Appalachia.

Several outlets nationwide picked up a Salt Lake City Deseret News story about a book — Lead with Balance: How to Master Work-Life Balance in an Imbalanced Culture — and research by Donnie Hutchinson in the School of Business Administration's management and marketing department.

History professor Julius Amin, a frequent op-ed contributor, wrote "Trump’s insult is fed by deep ignorance about Africa among Americans" for Pambazuka News, an outlet for analysis and debate on freedom and social justice through the voices of the people of the "global south."

Local and regional media highlighted our marketing, research, legal, human rights and political science expertise.

A sample of the news coverage for Feb. 3-9 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during the month.

Daria Graham appointed executive director of Office of Multicultural Affairs
Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Commentary: Kanye West’s Instagram Campaign Could Be Illegal
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law
Jessica Bernard, law student

Living in Trump’s America: A West Virginia town looks for a fresh start
Bill Portier, religious studies

More kids are over-scheduled than ever before. Here's why that's a major problem for families
Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
Donnie Hutchinson, management and marketing

Trump’s insult is fed by deep ignorance about Africa among Americans
Pambazuka News
Julius Amin, history

Super Bowl Commercials
WLW-AM and ABC 22/Fox 45
Randy Sparks, marketing

President hopes memo discredits officials investigating him
Dan Birdsong, political science

There are only three of these in the universe and two are in Dayton

Teenage armed robbery suspects could be tried as adults
Tom Hagel, School of Law

New budget deal sidesteps immigration reform
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Local Republican lawmakers trade accusations of ‘political ambition,’ ‘strange insult’
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

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