Friday July 20, 2018

UD in the News July 13-20

The Conversation, a publisher of commentary and analysis distributed to top media outlets nationwide, published a piece by history professor Julius Amin. Economist Marc Poitras discussed taxpayer subsidies for stadiums for the think tank Heartland Institute and immigration expert Miranda Hallett talked to the Houston Chronicle about El Salvador.

The Dayton Daily News interviewed Rochonda Nenonene, a director of the Urban Teacher Academy, and President Eric F. Spina for its series about Dayton city schools, and WHIO-TV talked to marketing expert Riley Dugan about Amazon Prime Day.

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.

Biya Must Stop the Killings in Cameroon and Lead the Search for Peace
The Conversation
Julius Amin, history 

Cincinnati Soccer Team Announces Taxpayer-Subsidized Stadium Plan
The Heartland Institute
Marc Poitras, economics 

End of Temporary Protected Status Brings Uncertainty in Lives of Thousands of Houston Residents
Houston Chronicle
Miranda Hallett, sociology

The Path Forward: The Region Must Rally to Fix the Dayton Public Schools
Dayton Daily News
Rochonda Nenonene, Urban Teaching Academy

UD President Eric Spina: Dayton Public Schools Moving Forward
Dayton Daily News
Eric F. Spina, president

Prime Day Gears Up For Shoppers
Riley Dugan, marketing

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