UD in the News Jan. 25-Feb. 8

University of Dayton faculty and staff contributed to the national conversation on curricular innovations, college affordability and career outcomes in Education Dive, The Chronicle of Higher Education and U.S. News & World Report. CBC News, Catholic News Service and BYU Radio tapped faculty expertise on airport design, social media and corporate social responsibility.

Locally, faculty experts discussed the State of the Union address, manufacturing jobs in Dayton and shopping malls.

A sample of the news coverage during the last week of January and the first week of February is below, and you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage during that period.

To Make Law School Truly Accessible, Bring It Online
Education Dive
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

How One Professor Learned to Stop Worrying and Drop the Deadline
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Tobias Rush, music

How Having an MBA Affects Your Career Prospects
U.S. News & World Report
Scott MacDonald, MBA

How Airports Are Designed to Distract Us From Long Walks, Lengthy Waits
CBC News
Janet Bednarek, history

With Immediacy Comes Responsibility in the 24/7 Social Media World
Crux Now via Catholic News Service
Joe Valenzano, communication

Why More Brands Are Wading Into Corporate Activism
BYU Radio
Alan Abitbol, communication

Colleges' Message to Low-Income Students: You Can Afford to Attend
Education Dive
Donnell Wiggins, enrollment management

Human Trafficking Concerns Voiced in State of the Union Address
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

What are the Takeaways from the State of the Union Address?
Dan Birdsong, political science

Warehouse/Logistics Growth Surges as Dayton Economy Pivots
Dayton Daily News
Mark Jacobs, MIS, OM & Decision Sciences
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Retail Trends Drive Changes at Local Malls
Riley Dugan, marketing


News and Communications Staff