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Engineering

Women in Engineering Summer Camp Marks 45 Adventurous Years!

A milestone: University of Dayton Women in Engineering Summer Camp (WIE) for high school students celebrates its 45th anniversary.

Libraries

Library Puts Languages at Your Fingertips

A new service available through the Libraries website provides convenient and customizable language learning options for students, staff and faculty.

Human Rights

Mass Appeal of Human Rights

A new book out this month by Joel R. Pruce, University of Dayton assistant professor of human rights, details the evolution of human rights into a mainstream moral cause.

Human Rights

Mass Appeal of Human Rights

A new book out this month by Joel R. Pruce, University of Dayton assistant professor of human rights, details the evolution of human rights into a mainstream moral cause.

Libraries

From the Start, a Work in Progress: The Perennially Versatile Chaminade Hall

The University has convened a committee to study options for the future of Chaminade Hall, a 114-year old building in the center of campus. The committee will study the feasibility of remodeling the present building or demolishing the structure and erecting a new building. Here's a look at the building's history of practicality and versatility.

Libraries

Know Thy Staff: Stephanie Shreffler, Professor, Librarian, Archivist

Learn more about the U.S. Catholic Special Collection: home of the nun dolls (and much more!).

News

Mary in the News: July 17, 2018

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also, see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.

Libraries

Use the Library, Save Money

How much would a student spend on a typical research essay if the library and OhioLINK did not provide access to books and journals? Two students recently found out.

President

Welcome to the Family!

The Class of 2022 is already showing up and making its mark in a big way. As I looked out over a sea of 200 hopeful faces at a New Student Welcome gathering for students from Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati in the RecPlex on Sunday, July 15, I caught a glimpse of the most diverse and academically qualified class in our history.

Law

A Duty To The Law

How law school helped Dale Riedel (’04) lay the groundwork for his approach to the variety of legal battles he fights for the U.S. Air Force each day.


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