July in the News

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

Regional, National and International

Gardens planted with prayers
July 1
National Catholic Reporter
International Marian Research Institute

Not Horsing Around: Therapeutic Effects of Horseback Riding
July 5
American Physiological Society 
Student Molly Gearin with Anne Crecelius, assistant professor

Charlie Gard: a story of disability bias
July 7
America Magazine
Jana Bennett, religious studies

One tank trip: Marian Library
July 7
Living Bread Radio
Gloria Dodd, International Marian Research Institute

Illinois Issues: Local Icon Shifts To 'The Most Dangerous Woman In America'
July 11
Illinois Public Media
Marilyn Fischer, philosophy

How One University Makes Transparent Pricing Work
July 11
Chronicle of Higher Education
Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management

Imagine a closer relationship with God when picturing heaven
July 12
Catholic Philly via Catholic News Service
Kelly Johnson, religious studies

University of Dayton researchers seek to reduce algae's limitations
July 13
Biofuels Digest
University of Dayton Research Institute

The Insolent Chauffeurs of America’s Early Automobile Era
July 14
Atlas Obscura
John Heitmann, history

Law school introduces government procurement MSL program for JDs and non-JDs
July 14
ABA Journal
Paul Schlottman, School of Law

Trump Stays Strong in Key Counties Even as Overall Approval Sags
July 17
Christopher Devine, political science

John D. Mittelstaedt named dean of School of Business Administration
July 17
BizEd Magazine

University of Dayton partners with the Air Force Research Lab
July 17
BizEd Magazine

New Online Business Degrees Reach the Market
July 17
BizEd Magazine

Special Feature: An Innovative Way to Increase Student Engagement
July 18
Campus Rec Magazine
Melissa Longino, campus recreation

Why a World War II Relic Is Testing the Drone Tech of Tomorrow
July 18
Popular Mechanics
Bryan Miller, University of Dayton Research Institute

Prosecutor Will Not Retry Ray Tensing
July 18
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Social Media and the Courtroom
July 19
Academic Minute
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Brother of crash victim urges B.C. truckers to slow down
July 20
CBC News
Grant Neeley, political science

Jurors' implicit bias colors cop trials
July 24
Cincinnati Enquirer (picked up by at least 40 outlets, including USA TODAY)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Advierten que tácticas de Trump en inmigración llevarán a más muertes como las de Texas
July 24
La Opinión
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Inspiring justice on campus
July 25
University Business
Eric F. Spina, president

AFRL Gives University Of Dayton Research Institute $43 Million For Materials Development
July 25
ASEE First Bell
University of Dayton Research Insitute

Colleges start new academic programs
July 25
Inside Higher Ed
School of Law

2 Ohio Schools Utilize Transfer Partnership to Help Students Step Up
July 25
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
Julia Thompson, admission and financial aid

Experts agree that hardline immigration policies correlate with an increase in immigrant deaths
July 26
Media Matters
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Ford Mustang, slumping in US, is still a global hit
July 27
Associated Press
John Heitmann, history

Nashville's grand jurors questioned their own impartiality. Here's why.
July 28
Tennessean (Nashville)
Susan Brenner, School of Law