October

October in the News

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

Through October of fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $1.47 million with an estimated reach of 1.31 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton have mentioned the University at least 366 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

ABA Doubles Online Learning Hours
Back-to-School Issue
the National Jurist
School of Law

UN Officials Call for Investigations into Atrocities in Cameroon
Oct. 1
BBC Radio
Julius Amin, history

Pew Poll Shows New Trust Issues for Popular Pope
Oct. 2
Courthouse News Service
Dennis Doyle, religious studies

Lawsuit Accuses Facebook of Enabling Human Traffickers
Oct. 2
The Associated Press (Picked up by more than 460 outlets, including the websites of The Washington Post, ABC News, U.S. News & World Report, San Francisco Chronicle and CTV, among others.)
Tony Talbott, Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton

The Mass Appeal of Human Rights
Oct. 3
New Books Network
Joel Pruce, human rights studies

What Happens When a Drone Hits an Airplane Wing?
Oct. 3
Aviation International News
Kevin Poormon, UDRI

Does a Man's Social Class Have Anything to Do with the Likelihood He'll Commit Sexual Assault?
Oct. 4
The Conversation
Jamie Small, sociology

Rep. Jim Jordan's Democratic Challenger Attacks Him in 'Handmaid's Tale'-Inspired Ad
Oct. 4
NBCNews.com
Christopher Devine, political science

Citizen Braschi, Occupation Pontiff
Oct. 4
Commonweal Magazine
Bill Portier, religious studies

Kavanaugh Hearings Go According to Script
Oct. 7
CTV (Canada)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

This Long Island House Race Could Be a Bellwether on Election Night
Oct. 9
Bloomberg
Christopher Devine, political science

Physical Therapy Important for Women Treated for Breast Cancer
Oct. 10
The Conversation
Mary Fisher, physical therapy

Ohio GOP Rep. Balderson Faces Midterm Rematch Against Dem He Just Beat
Oct. 10
Fox News
Dan Birdsong, political science

Sierra Leone’s New President and Cameroon’s Election
Oct. 10
CGTN America
Julius Amin, history

A Drone-Flinging Cannon Proves UAVs Can Mangle Planes
Oct. 11
WIRED
Kevin Poormon, UDRI

A Leap Forward for Distance Education
Fall Issue
preLaw
Andrew Strauss, School of Law

Cardinal Wuerl: Pope Francis Accepts resignation of DC’s Archbishop Amid Criticism of His Handling of Abuse Claims
Oct. 12
The Washington Post
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

How to Find the Metric for Diversity on College Campuses
Oct. 15
Education Dive
Donnell Wiggins, admissions

Watch What Happens When a Drone Smashes Into an Airplane Wing
Oct. 15
NBC News Online
Kevin Poormon, UDRI

See What Happens When a Drone Hits an Airplane
Oct. 15
CNN Video
Kevin Poormon, UDRI

Dayton Law to Launch Online LL.M on American and Transnational Law
Oct. 17
the National Jurist and the International Jurist
Margaret Ioannides, School of Law

Partisanship Runs Deep in America - Even Among 'Independents'
Oct. 17
The Conversation
Christopher Devine, political science

What Lessons Can Higher Ed Teach K-12 about Cybersecurity? 4 Experts Share Their Insights
Oct. 17
Education Dive
Tom Skill, CIO

Law Schools are Adjusting Their Curriculums to Stay Relevant
Oct. 17
Education Dive
School of Law

Choosing Catholicism and Celebrating Black Catholic History Month
Oct. 22
The Dialog via Catholic News Service
Cecilia Moore, religious studies

Why the Christian Idea of Hell No Longer Persuades People to Care for the Poor
Oct. 23
The Conversation
Meghan Henning, religious studies

Being Catholic Online — Problems and Possibilities
Oct. 24
TheCatholicSpirit.com via Catholic News Service
Jana Bennett, religious studies

Companies, Campaigns Are Buying Info and Using It to Target You Politically in Robocalls
Oct. 24
ABC22/Fox45 (versions also ran in Cincinnati; Columbus, Ohio; Birmingham, Alabama; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma).
Christopher Devine, political science

Caravan Traveling to U.S. from Central America
Oct. 28
CTV (Canada)
Miranda Hallett, sociology

Candidates Pump up the Base, as Harsh Rhetoric Rules Ohio's Midterms
Oct. 28
The (Toledo) Blade
Christopher Devine, political science

History of the KKK Discussed
Oct. 28
Lima Ohio
Bill Trollinger, history

How Bigots Easily Exploit the Bible for Anti-Semitism
Oct. 29
Daily Beast
Meghan Henning, religious studies

Column: We Must Restore Legitimacy to U.S. Supreme Court
Oct. 31
The Columbus Dispatch
Erica Goldberg, School of Law

Ask the Expert: Rewards Credit Cards
Oct. 31
WalletHub
Riley Dugan, marketing

Gender and Schizophrenia
Oct. 31
MedicalXpress
Julie Walsh-Messinger, psychology

Ohio Governor's Race: 2006-Style Blue Wave or 2016-Esque GOP Smackdown?
Oct. 31
Cincinnati Enquirer
Christopher Devine, political science

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in October, click here

Multiple Outlets

UD, Premier Rename Former Montgomery Fairgrounds
Oct. 2
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, WYSO-FM, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45

Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Candidates Sound off in Public Forum
Oct. 9
WHIO-TV and ABC22/Fox45

Construction Starts on Future Site of Three Community Organizations at University of Dayton
Oct. 16-17
Fitz Center
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45 

UD Dedicates Adele Center
Oct. 18
WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45

UD Approves New Five-Year Contract for President Eric Spina
Oct. 22
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, WHIO-TV, WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45

Men Who Were Wrongfully Convicted Raise Awareness about Issues in Criminal Justice System
Oct. 24
ABC22/Fox45 and Dayton Daily News
School of Law

The Number of Migrants Marching North is Growing
Oct. 25
Neomi De Anda, religious studies
WDTN-TV and ABC22/Fox45

Dayton Daily News

University of Dayton Leadership Speaker Series Announced
Oct. 10
Center for Leadership

Students Getting An Immersive Experience with 'Dracula'
Oct. 14
Aili Bresnahan, philosophy

‘Comrade Cordray:’ Ohio GOP Tries to Tie Cordray to Communist Party
Oct. 15
Christopher Devine, political science

Sears Closures, Bankruptcy Impact May Be Beneficial in Long Run
Oct. 20
Riley Dugan, marketing

Dayton-Area Suspect Accused in ISIS-Related Charges
Oct. 27
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Ohio Governor Candidates Offer Jobs Plans and Skills Gap Fix
Oct. 28
Christopher Devine, political science

WHIO-TV

A Higher Sales Tax is in Effect in Montgomery County
Oct. 1
Riley Dugan, marketing

Talk of a Comeback for Toys R Us 
Oct. 4
Riley Dugan, marketing

Parents Spend More on Kids Than Retirement
Oct. 9
Jon Fulkerson, finance

WDTN-TV/Dayton's CW

Hundreds of Law Professors Sign Letter Opposing Kavanaugh
Oct. 5
Adam Todd, School of Law

City of Dayton Residents Will Vote to Remove Small Fines for Marijuana
Oct. 22
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

University of Dayton Helping Student Veterans Succeed
Oct. 29
Racqueal Gamble, Flyer Student Services
Travis Pheanis, student
Brennan Mai, student

ABC22/Fox45

Dozens Join Fight to End Human Trafficking
Oct 20
Tony Talbott, Abolition Ohio at the University of Dayton

UD Researcher Gets Grant to Study Role Specific Protein Related to Mental Conditions
Oct. 23
Pothitos "Takis" Pitychoutis, biology and Center for Tissue Regeneration and Engineering at Dayton

Trump's Birthright Citizen Proposal Likely to Face Constitutional Challenges
Oct. 30
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center

New Study Shows Young People Are Feeling More Alone Than Ever
Oct. 31
Becky Cook, counseling center

Springfield News Sun

Springfield Sears Not on Closing List as Retailer Files for Bankruptcy
Oct. 16
Riley Dugan, marketing