Friday April 27, 2018

UD in the News April 21-27

Chief Information Officer Tom Skill talked to Education Dive, a national online publication covering education, about building an information security team and protecting student data and Cincinnati NPR affiliate WVXU-FM did a story on Flyer Pitch winner Shane Page.

Local TV stations featured student efforts to bring solar technology to a local non-profit, provide the gift of mobility to children and shed light on the opioid epidemic in the region, and talked to former Ohio Gov. Bob Taft about an upcoming state ballot issue.

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

How Can Districts Build a Top-Tier Information Security Team?
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

Protecting Student Data Poses a Challenge Across K-12
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

This Bike Seat Claims To Be 'Truly Anatomical'
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati)
Shane Page, alumnus, Flyer Pitch

Solar Initiative at University of Dayton Has Nearly Met Its Goal
Emily Burns, student, RE-volv solar ambassador

UD Students Raise Enough Money to Buy Solar Panels for Local Non-Profit
Tess Isemann and Emily Burns, RE-volv solar ambassadors

Children with Special Needs Get the Rides of Their Dreams
WDTN-TV and ABC 22/Fox 45
School of Engineering students and Kim Bigelow, Engineering Wellness through Biomechanics Lab

UD Opioid Crisis Documentary a Call to Action
ABC 22/Fox 45 and WDTN-TV
Taylor Alexander, student

A Look at State Issue 1
ABC 22/Fox 45
Bob Taft, former Ohio governor

Photo credit: Ann Thompson, WVXU-FM.

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