Friday May 4, 2018

UD in the News April 28-May 4

National and regional media highlighted University of Dayton research in aviation history, aviation fuels, bringing more diverse children's books to the classroom and fighting the opioid crisis. They tapped our experts for discussions on developing leaders in the information technology world, the upcoming midterm elections, how to choose the best credit card deals and a new Catholic feast day.

Local media featured our record number of spring graduates and talked to our experts about North and South Korea, the White House correspondents dinner, Dayton-area job growth and DNA privacy.

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 April and May.

Hyperloop up Against Cleveland Transit Dreams That Never Came True
Here and Now, NPR's Midday News Program
Janet Bednarek, history

Airport History
Janet Bednarek, history

Developing Leaders While Delivering Results
CIO Talk Network
Tom Skill, chief information officer

Voters Tend to Approve of Their Senators — but Still Want Change
Christopher Devine, political science

Cool Fuel for Hypersonic Aircraft
Chemical & Engineering News
Matthew DeWitt, Research Institute

April 2018's Best Credit Card Deals
Riley Dugan, marketing

Want More Diverse Children's Books In The Classroom? Use This Rubric
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati), WOSU-AM (Columbus) and the EntertainmentNutz blog
Jackie Arnold and Mary-Kate Sableski, teacher education

Ohio Is Looking at Technology to Fight the Opioid Crisis
WSYX-TV (Columbus)
Kelly Cashion, Research Institute

A 'Disservice' to People? U.S. Senate Candidate Mike Gibbons' Addiction Center Uses Controversial Methods
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer
Nancy Miller, political science

New Feast of Mary Will Follow Pentecost 
The Catholic Telegraph
Gloria Dodd, International Marian Research Institute

UD to Graduate Record Number of Students
WHIO-TV and Dayton Daily News

UD Offers Students the Chance to Play with Puppies during Exams
Dayton Daily News

South and North Korea Agree to Sign Peace and Unification Treaty
ABC 22/Fox 45 and WDTN-TV
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Did White House Correspondents Dinner Comedian Go Too Far?
Chad Painter, communication

Is it Legal for Police to Find a Suspect Using Online Genealogical Databases?
ABC 22/Fox 45
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Dayton Area Job Growth Fastest in Ohio, Says UD Economist
Dayton Daily News
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

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