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.

In fiscal year 2018, the total value of coverage is an estimated $4.35 million with an estimated reach of 4.7 billion people. Media in markets outside Dayton mentioned the University at least 2,050 times. Monthly and cumulative figures are based on the Cision media monitoring service data.

Regional, National and International

It Flies USA 2019 - Dayton, Ohio, A Great Place for Aviation Enthusiasts
July Issue
Aerospace (U.K.)
School of Engineering

Drone Dangers: Close Calls with Airplanes on the Rise
July 1
Fox 10 (Mobile, Alabama)
Kevin Poormon, UDRI

Ohio Universities Expand Clean Energy Degree Programs Amid Rising Enrollment
July 2
Energy News Network
Rebecca Potter, sustainability program

Polk Couple Betting on the Breeze Builds Wind Turbine — 1st Known Residential Use in Florida
July 2
The Ledger (Lakeland, Florida)
Ben McCall, Hanley Sustainability Institute

University of Dayton Research Institute Wins $28.5M Air Force Contract for F-15 Work
July 5
UPI, WSYX-TV (Columbus), WDTN-TV (Dayton), ABC22/Fox45 (Dayton), Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal

University of Dayton to Launch Bachelor's Degrees in Sustainability
July 8
Ohio Ag Connection

Papers Chased — Law Students' Plight and How JLAP Can Help
July 10
The Indiana Lawyer
Susan Wawrose, School of Law

Creating a Roadmap for Success by Beginning at the End
July 12
Faculty Focus
Beth Harrison, Learning Teaching Center

University of Dayton Student Creates Medical Device to Help Girl Battle Cerebral Palsy
July 12-14
Spectrum News (Ohio, Central Florida and North Carolina)
Spencer Janning, student

Maryland Banned School from Voucher Program over Anti-LGBT Views. It Says That Violates Religious Freedom
July 15
The Baltimore Sun
Charles Russo, School of Law

Why Can Movies Easily Change Our Minds?
July 15
Michelle Pautz, political science

The Snackification of America
July 15
Childhood Obesity News
Diana Cuy Castellano, dietetics and nutrition

The Campaign to Rename Oakland Airport after a Trailblazing Female Pilot
July 17
Janet Bednarek, history

How the Volkswagen Beetle Sparked America's Art Car Movement
July 18
The Conversation
John Heitmann, history

How to Get away with Rape
(Article cites Jamie's Conversation piece "Does a man’s social class have anything to do with the likelihood he’ll commit sexual assault?")
July 18
Women's Agenda
Jamie Small, sociology

Fake Twitter Accounts Push Hashtag #TrudeauMustGo
July 18
CTV (Canada)
David Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

One of World's Most Popular Apps Could Be Investigated Because of Privacy Concerns
July 18-19
Al Jazeera English
David Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

Dayton-area Media

For all local coverage in July, click here.  

Multiple Outlets

UD to Open Student-Run Bistro at Dayton Arcade
July 5
WDTN-TV and Dayton Business Journal
Vince Lewis, L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

University of Dayton to Renovate Campus Building
July 15, 17
WDTN-TV and Dayton Business Journal

Dayton Daily News

Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley's Profile Rises after Crises Hit City
July 2
Christopher Devine, political science 

FBI Investigates Stash of Air Force Papers
July 14
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law


Former State Rep. Clayton Luckie Pleads Guilty in City Corruption Investigation
July 2
Tom Hagel, School of Law

Could You Be Giving FaceApp the Ability to Invade Your Privacy?
July 17
Dave Salisbury, Center for Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence

Dayton Business Journal

Subject Matter Expertise a Way to Standout in Dayton Defense Market
July 8
John Leland, vice president for research

Miami Valley Communications Council

University of Dayton Sustainability Project
July 12
Paul Benson, provost
Ben McCall, Hanley Sustainability Institute
Leah Ceperley, Hanley Sustainability Institute
Rebecca Potter, sustainability program
Steve Kendig, facilities management
Caitlin Marshall, 2019 graduate
Shannon Stanforth, student