June in the News

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

Through May of fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $3.91 million with an estimated reach of 4.21 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton have mentioned the University at least 1,648 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

KKK Marching Again in the USA
June 1
Now Toronto 
Art Jipson, sociology

A Team of Cyclists is Riding 600 Miles in Honor of the Fight for Civil Rights
June 1-12
WKYT-TV (Lexington, Kentucky), Fox 19 (Cincinnati), Alabama TV stations WAKA, WNCF, WCOV, WAFF, WSFA and WRBC; The Gadsden (Alabama) Times, and The Times (Apalachicola, Florida)
Peter Titlebaum, health and sports science

YouTube Policy Shift 
June 5-6
Al Jazeera English
Erica Goldberg, School of Law

Doctor Killed 25 Patients, Officials Say. Can They Prove It?
June 7
ABC News via The Associated Press (At least 170 outlets picked up the story).
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Spraying in the Ohio Wind
June 7
Ohio Farmer
Sid Gunasekaran, mechanical and aerospace engineering

University of Dayton Wind Tunnel Used For Agricultural Chemical, Equipment Testing
June 10
ASEE First Bell
Sid Gunasekaran, mechanical and aerospace engineering

How to Choose the Right Law School to Become a Human Rights Lawyer
June 10
U.S. News & World Report
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

Are Racist Yearbook Photos Protected Student Speech?
June 11
Pacific Standard
Charles Russo, educational leadership and School of Law

Worsening Priest Shortage Signals Another Challenge for Catholic Church
June 12
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

'America the Borderland' Exhibit Features Immigrant Rights Organizers
June 13
El Paso Times
Joel Pruce, human rights

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in June, click here

Multiple Outlets

OnMain to Host Workshop for Fairgrounds Project
June 11-12
Dayton Business JournalDayton Daily News and Dayton Most Metro


Was the Extensive Rally Cost Avoidable? Experts Weigh In
Tom Hagel, School of Law