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Friday March 9, 2018

UD in the News March 3-9

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education published an op-ed by President Eric F. Spina about celebrating Black History Month throughout the year plus listed the University among the early adopters of The Common Application for Transfer Students to simplify the transfer process.

The Catholic News Service and the Deseret News in Salt Lake City included expert analysis of American gun culture and the media coverage of it compared to other forms of violence.

Local media covered our students' entrepreneurial spirit and tapped experts to explain the latest news in North Korea and how transportation costs will make your breakfast more expensive.

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

Our Daily Work: Celebrate Black History Throughout Year
Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Eric F. Spina, president

New App Aids Nontraditional and Transfer Students
Diverse Issues in Higher Education

For Some, Sitting Back in the Face of Violence Just Won’t Do
Catholic Philly via Catholic News Service
Vince Miller, religious studies

If You Carry a Gun, Are You Morally Obligated to Use It When Confronted with a Mass Shooting?
Deseret News
Mark Ryan, religious studies

Transportation Drives up Breakfast Food Prices
Michael Gorman, management information systems, operations management and decision sciences

Conflicting Reports Regarding North Korea Sow Skepticism
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

University of Dayton Business Challenge Down to Seven Finalists 
Dayton Business Journal
Vincent Lewis, L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

Class Project Turns into 'Handy Hat' Business for UD Student
Dayton Daily News
Danielle Ruffolo, student
Vincent Lewis, L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

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