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UD in the news March 7-27

University of Dayton faculty shared their expertise on how the pandemic is affecting American life in The Conversation, The New York Times, The Columbus Dispatch, The (Toledo) Blade and the Catholic Moral Theology blog, among others.

President Eric F. Spina's hometown newspaper, The Buffalo News, featured him in "Eric Spina's life prepared him to lead. Now he's leading the University of Dayton through heartbreak" and he discussed the great things happening in Dayton in the Dayton Business Journal article "After year of tragedy, Dayton gains momentum in 2020."

The Hill and Bloomberg talked to political scientist Christopher Devine about potential running mates for Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden.

The Conversation ran English professor Jim Farrelly's piece "The truth about St. Patrick’s Day."

The Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal highlighted Alison Carr-Chellman's selection as the next dean for the School of Education and Health Sciences.

Eric Spina's life prepared him to lead. Now he's leading the University of Dayton through heartbreak
The Buffalo News

After year of tragedy, Dayton gains momentum in 2020
Dayton Business Journal
Eric F. Spina, president

Ancient Greeks purged city-states of disease as they would a human body – and it was the most vulnerable that suffered
The Conversation
Meghan Henning, religious studies

The lessons of the elections of 1918
The New York Times
Nancy Miller, political science

Could Ohio have an ‘election period’ instead of an Election Day?
The Columbus Dispatch
Nancy Miller, political science

Pandemic and the common good
Catholic Moral Theology
Kelly Johnson, Fr. Ferree Chair of Social Justice and religious studies

What impact will coronavirus have on March 17 primary?
The (Toledo) Blade
Chris Devine, political science

Democratic 2020 election campaign: Joe Biden's running mate
Bloomberg
Christopher Devine, political science

The truth about St. Patrick's Day
The Conversation (also picked up by Snopes)
James Farrelly, English

Biden allies see Warren as potential running mate
The Hill
Christopher Devine, political science

UD names new School of Education and Health Sciences dean
Dayton Daily News and Dayton Business Journal
Alison Carr-Chellman, School of Education and Health Sciences

Coronavirus leaves economy reeling
Dayton Daily News
Dan Kapusta, Davis Center for Portfolio Management

Coronavirus: Area workers question essential vs. nonessential
Dayton Daily News
Thaddeus Hoffmeister, School of Law

Local economist shares insight on plummeting stock market
ABC22/Fox45
Tony Caporale, economics

Financial tips: Handling your money in a crisis
ABC22/Fox45
Tony Caporale, economics

Financial literacy tips
Dayton Daily News
Lindsay Gold, teacher education 


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