March in the News

Highlights for March are below, but you can click here to view links to all of the University's media coverage for the month.

So far in fiscal year 2017, through February, the total value of coverage is an estimated $15.4 million with an estimated reach of 1.67 billion people. Media in states and countries other than Ohio and the U.S. have mentioned the University at least 1,188 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on Meltwater media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Slain Nun's Brazilian Group Gets Human Rights Award in Ohio
March
The Associated Press (Nearly 100 outlets picked up this story, including the San Francisco Chronicle, U.S. News and World Report and several in Ohio.)
Human Rights Center

Concussions in Children
March 1
Sunny 95 FM; Columbus, Ohio
Susan Davies, education and school psychology

Oscars Blunder Adds Risk for PwC Defense at MF Global Trial
March 3
Bloomberg (Nearly 50 outlets picked up this story, including the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Business Journal, the New York Business JournalCrain's New York Business and The Sydney Morning Herald.)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Businesses are bracing for a Trump tsunami
March 3
Marketplace
Vincent Lewis, entrepreneurship

University Of Dayton Researcher Receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award
March 7
ASEE First Bell
Kristen Comfort, School of Engineering

Home Energy Consumption and Solar Power
March 10
Academic Minute
Bob Brecha, renewable and clean energy graduate program

Break up the family? White House weighs new border deterrent
March 11
Yahoo! News via Christian Science Monitor
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Human Rights Center

UDRI leading project to develop safer, greener storage tanks for natural-gas fueled vehicles
March 13
Green Car Congress (a version also ran in the Dayton Daily News)
Kevin Poormon, University of Dayton Research Institute

Grant boosts stem research opportunities for women
March 14
bizwomen - The Business Journals
Nancy Martorano Miller, University Honors Program

University creates an anti-trafficking game
March 15
CNN International (aired five times throughout the following weekend in the U.S. and Europe)
Tony Talbott, Aboltion Ohio, and Bradley Petrella, New Abolitionist Movement

Teaching About Sexuality, Violence and Power
March 17
Inside Higher Ed
Jamie Small, sociology

Locking Up Families Is Inhumane—and Unconstitutional
March 17
Sapiens.org
Miranda Hallett, sociology

Ohio Republicans have another crowded race for governor
March 20
Cleveland.com
Gov. Bob Taft, distinguished research associate

Changing Your (Accounting) Principles May Actually Be a Sign of Strength
March 22
Financial Executives International 

The Scrambled Politics of the Health Care Debate
March 22
PoliZette
Christopher Devine, political science

Concussions in the Classroom
March 24
The Academic Minute
Susan Davies, school psychology

Dayton-area Media

Multiple outlets

Ash Wednesday at the University of Dayton
March 1
ABC 22/Fox 45 and WDTN-TV

UD researcher awarded more than half a million dollars for study
March 1-3
WHIO and Dayton Business Journal
Kristen Comfort, School of Engineering

President Trump Issues New Executive Order on Immigrants and Refugees
March 6
WDTN and ABC 22/Fox 45
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Human Rights Center

UD to inject $500K into faculty STEM research
March 9
WHIO-TV, Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal 

Pope Francis is Considering Married Priests
March 10
Dennis Doyle, religious studies
WDTN-TV and ABC 22/Fox 45

UD will formally install Dr. Eric Spina in April
March 21
Eric F. Spina, President
WDTN.com and Dayton Daily News

MBA@Dayton now accepting applications
March 22
Eric F. Spina, President
Dayton Daily News and ABC22/Fox45

Time to dance: DCDC2 and UD present ‘About Being’
March 18 and March 22
Michelle Hayford, theatre
Amy Renee Jones, theatre
Dayton Daily News and ABC22/Fox45

London terror attack
March 23
Mark Ensalaco, Human Rights Center
ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN

Dayton Daily News

Watch: Award brings to mind one of Dayton’s remarkable women, human rights advocate Sister Dorothy Stang
March 7
Mark Ensalaco, Human Rights Center

Guns at work: New law allows handguns on private property
March 8
Grant Neeley, political science

UD, Miami Valley Hospital plan joint symposium
March 9

3 things to know about Pope’s comments on married men in priest duties
March 10
Bill Portier, religious studies

Job outlook: Local employers say they’re not cutting
March 14
Richard Stock, Business Research Group

Seven of UD’s graduate programs ranked by U.S. News
March 15

UD wins in March Madness generate interest from prospective students
March 16
Rob Durkle, enrollment management

UD library to feature indoor ‘living garden’ exhibit
March 20
Sarah Cahalan, Marian Library

Dayton innovator wins patents, funds for University of Dayton
March 23
Bob Kauffman, UDRI

WHIO

Robocalls increase again in Ohio
March 21
Randy Sparks, marketing

WDTN

Celebrating International Women's Day 
March 8

Wikileaks will offer access to CIA hacking tools
March 9
Dave Salisbury, School of Business Administration

University of Dayton hosting human trafficking awareness event
March 12
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center and Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton

UD, Miami Valley Hopsital to host Health Care Symposium
March 15
Kathleen Scheltens, pre-med

27 arrested in First Four human trafficking, prostitution sting
March 16
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center and Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton

ABC 22/Fox 45

Beginning to digest President Trump's speech to congress
March 1
Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, Human Rights Center 

Biology senior wins travel award for fruit fly research conference
March 21
Matt Riccetti, student

Springfield News-Sun

Experts: Clark County mall unlikely to survive in current form
March 5
Serdar Durmusoglu, marketing

Deadly Champaign County plane crash changed families, safety rules
March 9
Janet Bednarek, history

WYSO

Young Republicans Back Trump With Mixed Feelings
March 9
Christopher Devine, political science

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