Friday March 16, 2018

UD in the News March 9-16

The anti-human trafficking efforts of our Human Rights Center and Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton were highlighted by local and regional media outlets and a national news organization, and, in a Dayton Daily News op-ed, President Eric F. Spina detailed the University's efforts to help students at every income level get access to higher education.

National outlet Solar Power World and two Dayton TV stations reported on the University's efforts to create a cleaner, greener world through solar energy.

The newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati featured the Youth Forum for Hispanic Catholics, which helps Spanish-speaking teens in the region.

Several media across the country talked to faculty experts about creative education, funding for sports venues, transportation, privacy rights and intelligent energy systems.

A sample of the news coverage for March 9-16 is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during the month.

OPINION: Helping Make Sure Every Income Level Has a Shot at Higher Ed
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, President

Stricter Regulations on Massage Parlors Paramount to Tackle Sex Trafficking in Ohio, Experts Say
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center and Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton

Ahead of First Four in Dayton, Group Uses Soap to Promote Human Trafficking Awareness
Fox 19, Cincinnati
Gabriella Cipriani, Human Rights Center
Adie Lewis, Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton

Human Trafficking and the First Four
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center and Abolition Ohio

Human Trafficking a Concern with First Four in Town
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center
Kristin Johnson, student
Logan Cobbs, student

An Effort Today to Stop Human Trafficking 
ABC 22/Fox 45
Kristin Johnson, student

Someone You Should Know 
ABC 22/Fox 45
Bradley Petrella, student

University of Dayton to Install 4,026 Solar Arrays
WDTN-TV, ABC 22/Fox 45, Dayton Business Journal
Steve Kendig, facilities management

Midwest College Students Serve as RE-volv Solar Ambassadors
Solar Power World

Forum Gives Hispanic Teens a Voice
The Catholic Telegraph
Institute for Pastoral Initiatives

Northmont Senior Selected for McIntosh Award 
Dayton Daily News, Englewood Independent

Arizona Senate Considers Compact Prohibiting Stadium
The Heartland Institute
Marc Poitras, economics

Hyperloop Is Up Against a History of Never-Built Cleveland Transit Projects
Janet Bednarek, history

Fairborn PD: School Won’t Release Witness Statements after Threat
Dayton Daily News
Charlie Russo, School of Education and Health Sciences and School of Law

Dayton Scientists Speed Time in Pursuit Of Elusive Goal: Human Comfort
Kevin Hallinan, School of Engineering

New education Approach Touted
The Advertiser-Tribune
Brian LaDuca,  Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation 

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