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Diversity and Inclusion

Personality Types and Gender Stereotypes: Beyond the Dichotomies

Based on psychological theory, Myers-Briggs type indicator (MBTI) is a powerful tool for understanding ourselves and others. Have you considered if gender or gender stereotypes impact MBTI personality types?

Libraries

Student library staff developing talent, leadership for future professions

At Roesch Library, student employees are doing more than earning a paycheck; they are learning skills to help them accomplish more in their academic and professional careers.

Fine and Performing Arts

Claremont Trio Opens ArtsLIVE Season

Traditionally, it’s the third time that’s the charm. For the Claremont Trio, their charmed run of appearances in Dayton will soon total eight.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Researching Singleness

Those who never marry, the casually committed, the widowed, the divorced — these and other single people are being overlooked by the church today, Jana Bennett writes in her new book, Singleness and the Church: A New Theology of the Single Life, from Oxford University Press.

Technology

Scam of the Month: Potential Hurricane Harvey Scams

Learn about phishing scams that play on our sympathy.

Technology

Training Tuesday Tip: Using Excel's Transpose Feature

In today's tip you will learn how to move data around in Excel.

Libraries

Highlights from the Leisure Reading Collection: ‘Saga: Book One’

Multiple literary genres mingle with romance, rockets, a sardonic cat and intergalactic war in Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ popular comic series.

President

At Home

Family. Friendship. Faith. Football. As we welcomed more than 700 families to our beautiful campus for Family Weekend, I realized why this is quickly becoming my favorite fall tradition.

Fine and Performing Arts

Symbols of Grace

How does the art of emblems visualize Mary’s Immaculate Conception?

Libraries

Roesch Refresh: ‘Petting zoo’ invites furniture feedback

Through Sept. 28, an area in the Knowledge Hub will transform into a furniture “petting zoo,” where students, faculty and staff can try out and give feedback on furniture options for the upcoming library renovation.


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