Friday June 15, 2018

UD in the News June 9-15

A national publication covering the wind power engineering industry and several local outlets featured the University of Dayton Research Institute's new wind turbine to boost alternative-energy research and educational opportunities. Also, Caroline Waldron Merithew was the subject of a American Historical Association member spotlight and blog Ahead of the Curve and an op-ed in Inside Higher Ed discussed the School of Law's entry into online education.

Local media spoke to John Leland, vice president for research, about keeping tech jobs in the region and to Tony Talbott, interim director of the Human Rights Center, about the Trump-Kim summit and an alleged local human trafficking case. Plus, the Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal wrote about a new $72 million UDRI contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory.

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.

Wind Turbine to Power University's Alternative-Energy Research
Windpower Engineering & Development
Eric Lang, UDRI Energy Technologies and Materials Division

AHA Member Spotlight: Caroline Waldron Merithew 
American Historical Association
Caroline Waldron Merithew, history

The Importance of Online Innovation in Legal Education
Inside Higher Ed
School of Law

Ahead of the Curve: Here Come the Hybrids
School of Law

UDRI to Get New Wind Turbine to Power Research
Dayton Business Journals, Dayton Daily News, WDTN-TV, WHIO-TV, and ABC22/Fox
University of Dayton Research Institute Energy Experience Center

Does Dayton Have What It Takes to Keep Tech Jobs? Teradata Exit
Dayton Daily News
John Leland, vice president for research

UDRI Lands $72 Million Air Force Contract
Dayton Business Journal and Dayton Daily News

Local Expert Weighs-in on Trump's Mention of Otto Warmbier at Summit
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

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