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Libraries June 24, 2022
Dunbar’s Birthplace
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of renowned Dayton poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, learn about his childhood home in Dayton.
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June 23, 2022
Arabic classes transform a community
Arabic classes through UD a chance for people to spread their faith.
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Libraries June 23, 2022
‘Golden’ Holy Cards

An 18th-century prayer card embellished with colorful cloth and shining foil gives a hint at its Germanic origins but invites questions about its connections to Italy.

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Human Rights June 22, 2022
Beyond Pride with David’s Place’s Zola Howard
Moral Courage Project students reflect on the significance of Pride month following their interview with  Zola Howard of David’s Place at DayBreak who works with housing insecure queer youth in the Dayton area.
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President June 21, 2022
Go Anywhere. Do Anything.

Seeing University of Dayton students discover their passions and push themselves to achieve their dreams is one of my greatest joys as president. Correction. It is my greatest joy.

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Faculty June 17, 2022
Zoom Icebreakers that Students Don’t Hate
“Ok class! Let’s have each of you take turns saying your name, your major, and what you hate most about Zoom icebreaker activities. Ready? Go!”
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Law June 15, 2022
Law Students Explore Innovative Solutions To Human Rights Issues

Through a class on International Human Rights Law, School of Law students discovered the challenges and possibilities involved in tackling problems on a global scale.

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Engineering June 14, 2022
Nine UD students and alumni awarded Fulbright, Gilman, Boren, and National Defense Science and Engineering scholarships

Nine University of Dayton students and recent graduates won competitive national fellowships to pursue advanced degrees, study internationally or teach abroad during the 2022-23 academic year.

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Law June 13, 2022
6 Ways Dayton Law’s Online LL.M. Is Meeting The Needs Of A Global Student Body

Learn how the University of Dayton School of Law's online LL.M. is prioritizing personal attention and active learning to internationalize legal education and expand opportunities for foreign-trained attorneys to practice in the U.S.

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Faith/Mission June 13, 2022
Hybrid religious studies courses offer online master’s students ‘true classroom experience’
The Department of Religious Studies launched two hybrid master’s programs in 2021, offering degrees in pastoral ministry and theological studies.
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