Friday June 22, 2018

UD in the News June 15-22

Two national education publications talked to Chief Information Officer Tom Skill about cybersecurity. Politifact interviewed Bob Brecha in the renewable and clean energy engineering graduate program about whether greenhouse emissions are down. Quartzy featured aviation historian Janet Bednarek in an article comparing airports around the world.

Dayton TV station WDTN talked to Joel Pruce in the human rights studies program about the immigration debate and covered the University's monthly prayer service, which was dedicated this month to those affected by immigration issues.

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

As Cloud Apps Grow in Popularity, Security Must Remain at the Forefront
Education Dive
Tom Skill, chief information officer

Small Is Big: Innovative Approaches to Improve Institutional Information Security 
EDUCAUSE
Tom Skill, chief information officer

Are Greenhouse Emissions Down under Donald Trump, As EPA Says?
PolitiFact
Bob Brecha, physics and renewable and clean energy engineering

Why Are American Airports So Bad?
Quartzy
Janet Bednarek, history

Trump Says He Wants '3rd Option' on Immigration
WDTN-TV
Joel Pruce, human rights studies

University of Dayton Community Gathers to Pray for Those Affected by Immigration Debate
WDTN-TV
Nick Cardilino, campus ministry

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