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Experiential Learning

Lights, Camera, Action!

Zombies are invading the University of Dayton campus, but a scrappy group of students is trying to defeat them with makeshift weapons such as hockey sticks, croquet mallets and frying pans.

Humanities and Social Sciences

College Faculty in the News: March 9, 2018

Hunter Phillips Goodman, executive director of the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community, and a group of engaged students discuss Campus Ministry's Impact Conference and the important role student activism plays within the local community.

Fine and Performing Arts

Matter and Spirit

University of Dayton educator and artist Suki Kwon will collaborate with North American and Chinese artists this summer on an international art project to explore how Christianity interacts with visual arts in China today.

Diversity and Inclusion

Chamber Music Unites Diverse Worlds

Recent research suggests music really is a universal language. The members of the St. Petersburg Piano Quartet - who will perform 4 p.m. Sunday, Mar. 11, at the University of Dayton's Sears Recital Hall - probably would agree. Each comes from a very different background and culture, but together they play music that speaks to them all.


Vectren Gift will Bear Fruit for Lincoln Hill Gardens

The University of Dayton Hanley Sustainability Institute, Mission of Mary Cooperative and East End Community Services will plant a fruit orchard at Lincoln Hill Gardens thanks to a $9,800 gift from Vectren.


Pay as You Throw

A University of Dayton student sustainability research project to encourage recycling and reduce landfill trash resulted in a proposed grant program to launch "pay-as-you-throw" waste management programs in Montgomery County, Ohio.

Fine and Performing Arts

College Faculty in the News: February 26, 2018

From automobile history to local and national politics, our faculty's research is stimulating and inclusive. Follow recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.


National Fair Trade Leader

What started as a petition to replace a well-known chocolate company on campus, turned into service for a national committee.

Campus and Community

Four to Tango

The traditional "two to tango" dictum is upended by Cuarteto Tanguero, a chamber quartet from Bloomington, Indiana. While there won't be any dancing on stage at the University of Dayton's Sears Recital Hall, there will be plenty of great tango music at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 7.

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