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Flyer Media Convergence

A University of Dayton alumnus with nearly 20 years' experience leading Dayton-area television newsrooms will help create a fully integrated, student-run media organization that combines the University's award-winning Flyer TV, Flyer Radio and Flyer News operations, and also establish a digital presence for student media.

Diversity and Inclusion

Global Voices

Diversity and inclusion are core values at the University of Dayton, but bringing together people from different national, racial and religious backgrounds sometimes can be difficult - even in a welcoming, community setting.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Advancing Women in Philosophy

A University of Dayton philosophy professor who has dedicated much of her career to advancing women in the philosophy discipline will receive the American Philosophical Association’s highest honor for service to the profession.

Research

College Faculty in the News: January 10, 2018

Faculty Neomi DeAnda (left), Mark Ensalaco (center) and Anthony Talbott (right) recently discussed human rights and the rights of families and mothers in relation to religious ceremony, foreign policy and business.

Sustainability

Paddle to the Sea

We're all connected by water. That's part of the message of Paddle to the Sea, a multimedia performance by Grammy Award-winning Third Coast Percussion at the University of Dayton at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 7.

News

In Memoriam: Betty Ann Perkins

Betty Ann (Behringer) Perkins, a past faculty member in the department of history and a founder of the University’s women’s studies program, died Dec. 30. She was 95.

Campus and Community

Arts at the University of Dayton

The theatre, dance and performance technology program presents four outstanding productions during the Spring 2018 semester - "Fluent," "unfinished," "Transparency" and "Spectacle." Enjoy these and other inspiring arts experiences during the Spring 2018 semester.

Science

College Faculty in the News: Dec. 22, 2017

Associate Professor Shuang-ye-Wu, department of geology, recently discussed climate change on the Dayton Public Access Television (DATV) channel. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

Health

Alumni Profile: William Copeland Jr.

University of Dayton alumnus William "Bill" Copeland Jr. '79 is a health care industry leader who serves as vice chairman for Deloitte LLP and writes about issues related to health care reform, governance and medical management. He has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Modern Healthcare and Managed Healthcare Executive.

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