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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!

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

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

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

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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 01.14.21
Heroic Work

With a lead time of just a dozen days, hundreds of University of Dayton faculty hastily moved last spring’s courses to Zoom rooms. Many had never taught online, and some found themselves helping their young children adapt to virtual classes, too. Their teaching space blurred into their living space as the pandemic turned all of our lives upside down in a blink.

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Giving 01.12.21
The UD Way

Looking around campus, you would struggle to find a harder working first-year student than Odyssey Oehme. This semester she is taking 19 credit hours, while working two part-time jobs: 15 hours a week as a desk assistant on campus and 17 hours on the weekends as a dietary aid at a local nursing home. Supporting herself while in school is a necessity, but nevertheless a daunting task — especially when large expenses hit.

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Giving 09.23.20
Bernard Caldwell

Bernard “Coach B” Caldwell ’91 worked in the pharmaceutical industry for 18 years and has worked in education for 13. Through both careers, he’s always been a coach.

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