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Human Rights January 26, 2023
Join the Global Human Rights Movement in 2023
Mary Tyler of Mary E. Tyler Consulting, LLC. writes for the Dayton Daily News about Human Rights Cities and the Dayton c
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Campus and Community January 24, 2023
Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability: Students step up on UD campus to help Santa
The final event of the Fall 2022 Semester, before the BEES turned their focus toward final exams, was helping Santa.
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Students and Campus Life January 24, 2023
Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability: Bees hike in Clifton Gorge and take a walking tour of downtown Dayton
The BEES bid the fall colors adieu with a short hike in Clifton Gorge and a tour in downtown Dayton.
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Students and Campus Life January 24, 2023
Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability: BEES tour the Patterson Homestead, ride canal boats at Johnston Farm and raise money for beehives for families in developing countries
A guided tour of the Patterson Homestead provided an opportunity for UD students to view the ‘ancestral home’ of the founder of NCR.
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Sustainability January 24, 2023
Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability: Biking to the Sunwatch archeological site
The Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability group heads out to the Sunwatch Archeological site across the Great Miami River from UD.
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Campus and Community January 24, 2023
Cindy Brentlinger ’14

Mexico is a long way from the walls of the University of Dayton, but thankfully, UD gave Cindy Brentlinger ’14 the wings to fly. For the past six years, Brentlinger has been serving Tijuana Christian Mission, a children's home with locations in both Tijuana and Rosarito, Mexico. Brentlinger was a junior when she first visited TCM during a winter breakout trip.

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Campus and Community January 24, 2023
M. Colleen McDaniel ’17

Colleen McDaniel ’17 found her calling when still at UD. While a student, she was a member of Peers Advocating for Violence Education and became a Green Dot trainer to reduce sexual assault. She now works to learn, lead and serve through initiatives that support populations disproportionately affected by sexual violence.

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Campus and Community January 24, 2023
Daaryn’ah Willoughby ’17

Daaryn’ah Willoughby ’17 has always felt like she was leading the pack. The daughter of an army combat veteran, Willoughby saw early in her life how she could learn, lead and serve her community. She is now CEO of and president of The Willoughby Firm, LLC, a managing consultancy service.

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Campus and Community January 24, 2023
Darius Beckham '19

When Darius Beckham ’19 graduated from the University of Dayton, he made an intentional choice to give back to the Dayton community. After serving as a legislative aide to Nan Whaley’s administration and helping navigate several crises, Beckham is now a senior policy aide to Dayton’s current mayor, Jeffrey Mims.

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Campus and Community January 24, 2023
Kiara Berry ’18

For Kiara Berry ’18, making a difference in the classroom for her students wasn’t enough. As a first-grade teacher who is very passionate about social-emotional learning, she urged her students to show love and kindness not only to others but also themselves. That mission to learn, lead and serve with her students eventually inspired her to put pen to paper and write her first book, “Which Cape Will I Wear Today?"

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