October

Regional, National and International

The Associated Press quoted Joe Valenzano III, an assistant communications professor, in a late October story about Ohio Democrats facing defeat in many Ohio elections. The story ran in more than 400 outlets, including Yahoo! News, The Huffington Post and ABCNews.com. He also joined WLW-AM host Marc Amazon in early October to discuss Election 2014 (Part I and Part II).

MSNBC.com interviewed political science lecturer Dan Birdsong for "How John Kasich surged ahead in Ohio re-election race." Birdsong also talked to The Columbus Dispatch about the state treasurer's race.

The Catholic Telegraph, the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, covered a University of Dayton forum on "Working toward a Greener Ohio."

CNN.com published terrorism and human rights expert Mark Ensalaco’s op-ed titled "The problem with U.S. priorities in Syria."

The Associated Press picked up a Dayton Dayton Daily News story about researchers in the University of Dayton Research Institute working with Family Services of Dayton on a "mobile application that will allow local victims of crime to access support resources with the touch of a finger." At least 100 outlets in at least 19 states picked up The Associated Press story. The Dayton Business Journal, WDTN-TV and ABC 22/Fox 45 also covered the story.

The Christian Science Monitor quoted sociology chair Leslie Picca in a story about racism in cartoons and Amazon.com warning customers some cartoons may contain "ethnic and racial prejudices." WLW-AM host Mike McConnell also interviewed Picca about racism in cartoons.

The newspaper in Wheeling, West Virginia, previewed a viewing of history professor Larry Schweikart’s Rockin’ the Wall.

NPR affiliates in Kent and Columbus, Ohio, picked up local NPR affiliate WYSO's story that quotes law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister about the Beavercreek Walmart case.

Dayton-area Media

Multiple Outlets

The Dayton Daily News, WDTN-TV and WHIO-TV covered the ground breaking for the new Emerson facility. Bloomberg Businessweek picked up the Dayton Daily News story.

All three local TV stations and the Dayton Daily News covered the renaming and dedication of Fitz Hall.

The Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, WHIO-TV and WDTN-TV reported on the grant the University won to create an American Cultural Center at the University of Dayton China Institute.

Dayton Daily News

Oct. 4: Stuart Rose, his collection and the rare book exhibit at Roesch Library.

Oct. 5: Lori Shaw, law, death penalty case.

Oct. 9: Dan Birdsong, political science, local election.

Oct. 13: Diana Cuy Castellanos, health and sport science, nutrition for athletes.

Oct. 21: Christmas on Campus.

Oct. 28: Grant Neeley, political science, Election 2014.

WHIO-TV

Oct. 10: Elias Toubia, engineering, ODOT contract.

Oct. 14: EPISCenter award.

Oct. 14: Jana Bennett, religious studies, synod on the family.

WDTN-TV

Oct. 2: Serdar Durmusoglu, business, retail boom in Miami Valley.

Oct. 6: Rich Saphire, law, U.S. Supreme Court appeals process.

Oct. 21: Dan Birdsong, political science, election signs.

ABC 22/Fox 45

Oct. 16: Fire Prevention Week Smokeout.

Oct. 17: Simanti Dasgupta, anthropology, Ebola reaction.

Oct. 22: Tony Talbott, political science, North Korea.

Dayton Business Journal

Oct. 9: Larrell Walters, University of Dayton Research Institute, UAVs.

Oct. 10: Terence Lau, business, doing business with China.

WYSO-FM

Oct. 16: Bob Brecha, sustainability, nuclear power.

Oct. 30: Bob Brecha, sustainability, rising sea levels.

 

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