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Friday May 11, 2018

UD in the News May 4-11

Several outlets nationwide, including the CBS News website, ran an Associated Press story with comments from immigration expert Miranda Hallett. Other outlets around the world picked up news about R. Matthew Montoya's published research on how to tell if someone likes you.

Gloria Dodd, in the International Marian Research Institute, talked to Catholic News Service about a new feast day for Mary, the mother of Jesus, while MBA program director Scott MacDonald did a Q&A with BusinessStudent.com.

Local media featured news about the University's record-setting spring graduation, efforts to combat food insecurity in the region, a new tool to enhance campus security, a student documentary on the opioid crisis, and tapped experts to explain the results of Ohio's May primary and the release of U.S. prisoners from North Korea.

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 May.

Trump Administration Ending Hondurans' Special Immigration Status
CBSNews.com via The Associated Press
Miranda Hallett, sociology

How Can You Tell If Someone Likes You?
Daily Mail, Neuroscience News and ScienceBlog
R. Matthew Montoya, psychology

Catholics get chance to celebrate, think about Mary with new feast day
Catholic News Service
Gloria Dodd, International Marian Research Institute

University of Dayton MBA@Dayton Interview
BusinessStudent.com
Scott MacDonald, MBA director

UD to Graduate Record Number of Students
All three local TV stations and Dayton Daily News

UD Twins Graduate Today; Part of Community College Transfer Trend
Dayton Daily News
Julia Thompson, admission and financial aid

University of Dayton Engineers Working to Make Food Pantry Distribution More Efficient
WDTN-TV and Dayton Business Journal
Kelly Bohrer, Fitz Center
Kellie Schneider, School of Engineering
Madeline Mock, School of Engineering
Hanley Sustainability Institute

University of Dayton Has a New Siren to Help Enhance Campus Safety
WDTN-TV and WHIO-TV
Rodney Chatman, executive director of public safety

What's at Stake in the Ohio Primary
WHIO-TV and Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

3 Detainees Released from North Korea
WDTN-TV
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

What’s Next?: DeWine vs. Cordray Fight for Ohio
Dayton Daily News
Christopher Devine, political science

UD Students Make Opioids Subject of Documentary
Dayton Daily News
Greg Kennedy, communication

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