Friday March 2, 2018

UD in the News Feb. 17-March 2

The Wall Street Journal interviewed President Eric F. Spina about our efforts to enroll and support low-income students and University Business, Community College Now and the Dayton Daily News wrote about the University as one of the first to use the Common Application to ease transfer admissions.

WAMU-FM American University Radio talked to student Jada Woods about her work on Ferguson Voices, a collection of oral histories from Ferguson, Missouri, that focuses on the courage and contributions of average people who stood up during moments of unrest.

Local media detailed a new campus safety effort, a class that helps international students bridge the cultural gap through sports, and tapped experts in politics and the auto industry.

A sample of the news coverage for Feb. 17-March 2 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during February and March.

Elite Colleges Expand Efforts to Enroll and Support Low-Income Students
The Wall Street Journal
Eric F. Spina, president

The Common Application Announces Early Adopters of New Transfer Application
University Business

Common App Will Help Ease Transfers
Community College News Now 

New Common Application makes it easier to apply, transfer transcripts
Dayton Daily News
Julia Thompson, enrollment management

Ferguson Voices
WAMU-FM American University Radio
Jada Woods, student

UD to use campus-wide siren in emergencies
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV and ABC 22/Fox 45

NRA-endorsed Gov. John Kasich now says it’s time for gun restrictions
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

Auto sales remain strong as Dayton Auto Show opens
Dayton Daily News
John Heitmann, history

Students bridge cultural gaps with sports

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