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.

Through February of fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $2.57 million with an estimated reach of 2.58 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton have mentioned the University at least 665 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Most Devout Law Schools
Got Internet: Go to Law School
Summer Specialty Programs

Spring Issue
the National Jurist
School of Law

Dayton Still Holds Court with the NCAA Tournament
March Issue
Athletic Business
Peter Titlebaum, sports management

As Enrollment Wavers, Law Schools Look to Expand Online
March 4
Education Dive
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

Dayton Law Launches LL.M. Certificate in Social Justice Law
March 4
LL.M. Guide
School of Law

Dayton Law to Offer Certificate in Social Justice in LL.M. and M.S.L. Programs
March 4
the National Jurist
School of Law

Autonomous Drones Can Help Search and Rescue after Disasters
March 5
The Conversation
Vijayan Asari, Vision Lab

4 Things to Know about Ash Wednesday
March 5
The Conversation
Bill Johnston, religious studies
Ellen Garmann, campus ministry

Ohio Has Lengthy History with KKK
March 5
Spectrum News 1
Bill Trollinger, history

How to Choose Between an MBA and an MPA Degree
March 7
U.S. News & World Report
Joshua Ambrosius, MPA

UD, Sinclair Partner on a New Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree
March 7
University Business

Column: Pause Ohio's Death Penalty to Make It More Humane, Fair
March 10
The Columbus Dispatch
Bob Taft, distinguished research associate

Former Governors Sound Off on Executions, Environment
March 10
Hannah News Service
Bob Taft, distinguished research associate

Pregnant Women Shouldn't Have to Choose between a Job and a Healthy Baby
March 11
The Conversation
Jeannette Cox, School of Law

Lawsuit Could Force Change To Ohio's Congressional Map
March 11
Spectrum News
Nancy Miller, political science

Addis Ababa: Drawing a Line in the Sand of Ethnic Politics
March 12
ECADF Ethiopian News & Views
Messay Kebede, philosophy

The Truth About Saint Patrick's Day
March 13
The Conversation
James Farrelly, English

How to Figure Out Your College Costs
March 13
Robert Durkle, admission and financial aid

Mary Visits Local Homes, Thanks to 'Travel Agent' Parishioners
March 14
Catholic Philly
Fr. Johann Roten, Marian Library

Why a College Admissions Racket Would Funnel Bribes through a Fake Charity
March 15
The Conversation
Sarah Webber, accounting 
Deborah Archambeault, accounting

UD Wind Tunnel Helps Agrabusiness Contain Pesticides
March 18
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati)
Sidaard Gunasekaran, mechanical and aerospace engineering

Holding Their Convention in Wisconsin Could Help Democrats in 2020. Here's the Evidence
March 18
The Washington Post
Christopher Devine, political science

With Dayton Is A 'Hotbed' for Human Trafficking, Police Are on Alert During First Four
March 19
WVXU-FM (Cincinnati)
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in March, click here.  

Multiple Outlets

UD, Sinclair Announce Nursing Program Partnership
March 4
WHIO-TV, ABC22/Fox45, Dayton Business Journal, WDTN-TV and Dayton Daily News

Deadly Police Chases: Lawmaker Wants New Penalties, Rules
March 11
Tom Hagel, School of Law
Dayton Daily News

Dayton Daily News

College Grads Should Lower Pay Expectations
March 4
Jason Eckert, career services

Man Points Gun at Dayton Mosque: This is Intended as a Hate Crime 
March 6
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

'Retail Apocalypse:' What You Need to Know about Store Closings
March 8
Riley Dugan, marketing

A Green New Deal in the U.S. - Fantasy or Necessity?
March 17
Bob Brecha, renewable and clean energy program

Less Than 6K GM Workers Left in Ohio
March 17
John Heitmann, History


Facebook Plans Privacy Changes for Users
March 7
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence