August

Regional, National and International

Terrorism and human rights expert Mark Ensalaco was a guest on Al Jazeera America's morning show to discuss ISIS. He also discussed ISIS with WLW-AM midday host Bill Cunningham (Part I and Part II).

Yahoo! News’ "What If?" segment on "What If Men Could Get Pregnant?" included the thoughts of law professor Jeannette Cox.

An art critic praised the work of University of Dayton art and design associate professor Jeffrey Cortland Jones in an Wall Street Journal article.

The Associated Press picked up a Dayton Daily News story about the University’s record enrollment and first-year class. Many outlets around the state picked up the AP story. Columbus TV station WCMH-TV also did a story.

The Associated Press previewed the Catholic Education Summit; the AP story ran in many outlets around the state. The Catholic Telegraph also did a story on the summit.

The Associated Press picked up a Dayton Daily News story about the Ohio gubernatorial race. At least 25 outlets in Ohio, West Virginia, New York, Indiana, Oregon and Texas picked up the story.

Vince Miller, Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology, interviewed with the National Catholic Reporter about how the culture wars have neglected the "common good."

Education professor and former dean Tom Lasley talked to Education Week for a story about states creating independent charter approval boards.  

A FundFire article titled "Students Invest Millions, Get Manager Recruitment Edge" mentioned the Davis Center for Portfolio Management and quoted alumna Morgan Metz.

All three local TV stations, the Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek and St. Louis media covered the announcement of Emerson building a research center on the University of Dayton campus. Click here to see all of the coverage.

Institute for Pastoral Initiatives Director Sister Angela Ann Zukowski wrote an article for the Catholic News of Trinidad and Tobago about using technology to communicate the Gospel.

The Bowling Green (Ohio) Sentinel-Tribune covered a talk history professor Larry Schweikart gave about "Rockin' the Wall," a PBS documentary about rock 'n' roll's role in waging a war of popular opinion on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.

Dayton-area Media

Multiple outlets

The Dayton Daily News and WHIO-TV talked to law professor emeritus Richard Saphire about the appeals court process.

The Dayton Business Journal and Dayton Daily News wrote stories about new research to find better, safer materials for cars.

WHIO-TV and ABC 22/Fox 45 previewed ArtStreet’s Hypermediacy Exhibit.

Dayton Daily News

Aug. 1: Thaddeus Hoffmeister, law, dog mauling cases.

Aug. 8: Paul Bobrowski, business, RISE.

Aug. 23: University, new trustees.

Aug. 28: Jaro Bilocerkowycz, political science, Russia-Ukraine conflict.

Dayton Business Journal

Aug. 4: Lisa Beutel, Center for Leadership, "Dayton scores low for women in business."

Aug. 12: Joe Castellano, accounting, op-ed about improving employee engagement.

ABC 22/Fox 45

Aug. 1: Tony Talbott, political science, North Korea.

WHIO-TV

Aug.  6: Motoman Robotics Lab.

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