September in the News

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

Through August of fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $446,500 with an estimated reach of 356.4 million people. Media in markets outside Dayton have mentioned the University at least 88 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

Dayton Marijuana Plan Draws Praise, Criticism
Sept. 2 (Raleigh, NC)
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Freedom Car: The Story of the Ford Mustang
Sept. 3
Shaping Opinion
John Heitmann, history

Modern Exodus: Catholicism Has Lost More of Its Faithful Than Any Other Religion in U.S.
Sept. 5
Daily Mail Online (United Kingdom)
Dennis Doyle, religious studies

Weekend Special: Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal
Sept. 6
Radio Sputnik
Sandra Yocum, religious studies

Dayton to Host First of Three Debates in Governor's Race
Sept. 7
Several statewide media outlets
University of Dayton

The Science Behind Composting
Sept. 12
Matthew Worsham, facilities

How to Get the Most Money From Your College
Sept. 13
US News & World Report and WTOP-FM (Washington, D.C.)
Rob Durkle, admission

How a Common Course Fosters Teaching Collaboration on One Campus
Sept. 13
Chronicle of Higher Education
Jackson Goodnight, psychology
Michelle Watson, communication

Globe, UDRI Announce Composites Technology Center
Sept. 14
University of Dayton Research Institute

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in September, click here

Multiple Outlets

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Several Area Colleges in 2019 List
Sept. 10
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal, WHIO-TV
Jason Reinoehl, enrollment

Moderator, Panelists Selected for Ohio Gubernatorial Debate 
Sept. 11
Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV
Christopher Devine, political science

UD, Sinclair Plan for Nursing Program
Sept. 11
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal
Kevin Kelly, dean

UD to Host Dayton Funk Symposium
Sept. 12
Dayton Daily News, WDTN-TV

Premier Health CEO to Become Chairwoman of UD Board of Trustees
Sept. 14, 17
Dayton Daily News, Dayton Business Journal
Eric F. Spina, president

North Korean Leader Kim Jung Un Agrees to Close Two Nuclear Facilities
Sept. 19
ABC22/Fox45 and WDTN-TV
Tony Talbott, Human Rights Center

Dayton Daily News

Most Top Paying Jobs in Dayton Area Are in Health Care
Sept. 3
Jason Eckert, career services

Sierra Magazine Gives U.D. High Sustainability Scores
Sept. 6
Steve Kendig, facilities

Area Realtor Killed after Car Struck by Cruiser Chasing Suspect
Sept. 12
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Montgomery, Dayton Metro Incomes Still below 2008 Levels
Sept. 15
Richard Stock, Business Research Group


Will Elder-Beerman reopen in Ohio?
Sept. 4
Riley Dugan, marketing

Trump Less of a Factor in Upcoming Elections
Sept. 4
Christopher Devine, political science

Hurricane Florence's Financial Impact on the Miami Valley
Sept 17
Michael Gorman, management information sciences, operations management and decision sciences


What to Expect in Day 2 for Kavanaugh Hearings
Sept. 5
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Fall Career Fair at the University of Dayton
Sept. 17

Someone You Should Know
Sept. 17-18
Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center


University of Dayton Holds 'Blue Mass' for First Responders
Sept. 11
Crystal Sullivan, campus ministry

University of Dayton Celebrates the Birthplace of Funk
Sept. 13
Sharon Gratto, music

What Do Students Want to Hear during Gubernatorial Debate?
Sept. 18

Technology First

Cyber Protector
September Issue
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence