Feature leads for the media: business faculty members Lawrence Hadley and Elizabeth Gustafson share their research on the economics of baseball; a program called "Greek 101" educates University of Dayton fraternity and sorority members about educating students about time management, liability, date rape, alcohol awareness, personal differences, black culture and other issues.
"What’s the Worth of a Broken-Bat Single? In the Major Leagues, it's a Whopping $1,325; UD Debunks "Animal House" Image of Fraternity and Sorority Life with "Greek 101"" (1989). News Releases. 5259.