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Digital Opportunities

Whether you want to network, find a new career, get involved with our mentor program, or just add some UD bling to your social media posts, the University of Dayton can help you. From your screen to ours!

Upcoming Events

Virtual events and past event recordings for you to experience no matter your location.

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Success requires commitment to professional growth. UD has development tools just for you.

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Campus Engagement

On-campus opportunities from virtual tours and blogs to webinars and events.

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Flyer Pride

Add UD flair to your digital accounts and provide your network with University updates.

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Family Fun

Check out these activities and resources to keep your kids and families active.

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Faith Formation

Your Catholic, Marianist university can expand your spiritual opportunities at home.

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University of Dayton Magazine

The digital edition of the University of Dayton Magazine will help you stay connected to campus all year long with new stories published each week.

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Recent blog posts
President 09.11.21
High Competence, High Character

"You are people of both high competence and high character. You’re the kind of leaders who imagine a better world, then go about the business of creating it — without fanfare and bluster but with great purpose," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told the 2021 Alumni Award recipients.

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Human Rights 09.09.21
University of Dayton Human Rights Center welcomes African lawyer, social justice advocate Satang Nabaneh as director of programs

Satang Nabaneh, a lawyer and social justice advocate with broad experience in the law and practice of human rights, joined the University of Dayton Human Rights Center last month as its new director of programs.

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09.09.21
UD, Hall Hunger Initiative partnership strengthens work to end hunger

A new partnership between the University of Dayton and the Hall Hunger Initiative will leverage the resources of both organizations to address growing hunger problems in the community and create additional opportunities for students, faculty and staff to get involved.

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