August in the News

Highlights for August 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 2018, through July, the total value of coverage is an estimated $623,000 with an estimated reach of 1.43 million people. Media in markets other than Dayton have mentioned the University at least 416 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

MS-13 crackdown may make a bad situation worse
Aug. 1
Houston Chronicle
Miranda Hallett, sociology

In 2 years, ransomware raked in an estimated $25M
Aug. 3
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

How Will The Mueller Grand Jury Handle Classified Information?
Aug. 7
Talking Points Memo
Lori Shaw, School of Law

Bad Bosses and Defensive Silence
Aug. 9
The Academic Minute
Christian Kiewitz, management

New Books Explore How to be Single and Christian
Aug. 9
Publishers Weekly
Jana Bennett, religious studies

What next for North Korea, Guam and Trump? Experts weigh in
Aug. 10
The Associated Press (More than 305 outlets, including The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report and Yahoo! India, have picked up the story.)
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

US VP Pence Embraces Role as Key Diplomat
Aug. 11
Voice of America
Christopher Devine, political science

Why Are Oaks Disappearing
Aug. 11
Ryan McEwan, biology

Political violence expert discusses Charlottesville
Aug. 14
WLW-AM (Cincinnati)
Mark Ensalaco, Human Rights Center

The road to India's partition
Aug. 14
The Conversation
Haimanti Roy, history

Finding grace in singleness: How being single is still part of the Church
Aug. 14
Jana Bennett, religious studies

Charlottesville likely to embolden white radicals
Aug. 15
The Columbus Dispatch
Paul Becker, sociology

Fact or Fiction: Does Coca Candy Prevent Altitude Sickness?
Aug. 16
I Spy Physiology
Student and Anne R. Crecelius, health and sport science

Fear and hatred in Charlottesville
Aug. 17
Christopher Devine, political science

Despite Trump Turmoil, Endangered Senate Dems on the Run
Aug. 18
Christopher Devine, political science

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in August, click here.

Multiple Outlets

Escalating tensions between U.S. and North Korea
The week of Aug. 7
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center
Dayton Daily News, Fox 45 morning show, WDTN-TV Five on 2

University of Dayton engineering students to be listed on patent with Hobart
Aug. 17
WDTN-TV, WHIO-TV, Dayton Daily News

University of Dayton students, faculty and staff meet at peace pole to pray for Charlottesville
Aug. 17

University of Dayton move-in day
Aug. 18

Dayton Business Journal

UDRI partners with nanotech company
Aug. 2
Brian Rice, UDRI

University of Dayton researchers' high-tech creation launches new company
Aug. 15
Guru Subramanyam and Vamsy Chodavarapu, electrical and computer engineering

Dayton Daily News

Lessons learned from El Salvador’s crisis
Aug. 4
Miranda Cady Hallett, sociology

UD students are eating way better than their counterparts, survey says
Aug. 8
Mary Eilbeck, dining services

Russian surveillance jet at Wright-Patterson
Aug. 10
David Darrow, history

3 new restaurants to open this week at UD
Aug. 14

UD launches new website based on president's 'strategic vision'
Aug. 15

UD's largest class in history to move to campus on Friday
Aug. 16
Cari Wallace, student development

'We're more of a civil rights organization now,' Ku Klux Klan leader says
Aug. 18
Art Jipson, sociology, and Tom Hagel, School of Law


Trying juveniles as adults
Aug. 8
Tom Hagel, School of Law


Making healthy choices about food
Aug. 9
Jennifer Dalton, dietetics


Commentary: Population and Sustainable Development
Aug. 14
Bob Brecha, Hanley Sustainability Institute

Even Before Charlottesville, Ohio's Hate Groups Had Been On The March
Aug. 17
Paul Becker, sociology

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