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Human Rights April 17, 2020
How Innovation is Shaping the Fair Trade Movement
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, UD students and faculty presented virtually at this year’s Fair Trade Campaigns Conference. The new engagement not only allowed the discussion to carry on but broadened the impact and reach of advocating for ethical and sustainable initiatives, which is particularly imperative during this time of uncertainty.
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Sustainability March 23, 2020
DRG calls for Facebook Live participation April 3 to discuss food systems application

Dayton Regional Green will hold a Facebook Live from 4-5 p.m. April 3 to discuss its quest for the OpenIDEO Food Systems Vision Prize. Partners in the greater Dayton region developed an application for the prize sponsored by the MacArthur Foundation. The team led by a University of Dayton mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Kevin Hallinan was one of 79 semifinalists out of 1,319 worldwide entries.

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Human Rights March 23, 2020
Human Rights Dimensions of COVID-19
While the COVID-19 situation changes daily, we wanted to share our reflections on the human rights implications of this pandemic, which are multi-faceted and may prove far-reaching, as well as provide updates on HRC projects and initiatives impacted by this coronavirus.
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Sustainability March 17, 2020
Green Energy Ohio awards ceremony postponed until October

The University of Dayton will receive Green Energy Ohio's Green Achievement Award in Academia at an awards ceremony now scheduled for Oct. 23 at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden. Governmental restrictions on large gatherings caused the postponement of the event that honors individuals, businesses, universities, nonprofits, and government and community entities for promoting sustainable energy policies, technologies and practices and educating Ohioans on renewable resources and energy conservation and efficiency.

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Business March 12, 2020
stUDy ABROAD
Exposure to international cultures opens one's mind
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Business March 11, 2020
One Day, One Dayton Gifts Help SBA Keep Pace With Growth

Thanks to One Day, One Dayton gifts to the Dean’s Fund for Excellence, the School of Business Administration Expands and Improves their Undergraduate Advising Center.

 

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Business March 11, 2020
More Than a Place with Space
A Community Space for All of Dayton
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Sustainability March 09, 2020
Dayton entry among top 6 percent, moves on in worldwide food system vision contest

A team led by a University of Dayton professor earned semifinalist honors in a food system vision contest run by a global design company. The group headed by Kevin Hallinan, a professor in mechanical and aerospace engineering and a sustainability scholar with UD’s Hanley Sustainability Institute, earned one of 79 semifinalist spots in IDEO’s Food System Vision Prize.

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Sustainability March 03, 2020
Champions on the court and off; UD honored by Dayton Power and Light

On the same evening the University of Dayton men’s basketball team clinched the outright Atlantic 10 regular season title with a win over Davidson, UD president Eric Spina raised the Dayton Power and Light Savings Champion trophy. The trophy, and a giant check presented at an event earlier Feb. 28, were in recognition of the university’s $1.2 million in energy rebates this past decade.

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Sustainability March 02, 2020
UD students help Mission of Mary become Dayton's first net-zero energy organization

University of Dayton engineering and other students have helped Mission of Mary Cooperative, a Dayton-based urban farming operation, become the city's first net-zero energy organization through the New Buildings Institute, a third-party non-profit organization pushing for better energy performance in buildings. The Cooperative produced 52,000 pounds of food last year on its 2-acre campus in the Twin Towers neighborhood, all while operating on 100 percent renewable energy. Lincoln Hill Gardens was a project including partners such as UD's Hanley Sustainability Institute, East End Community Services and Mission of Mary Cooperative.

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