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Human Rights June 02, 2020
Stand Up for Human Rights: #BlackLivesMatter
The Human Rights Center joins the multitude of voices condemning the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and too many other Black men and women, demanding accountability for these injustices and proposing actions to reform our current system.
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Engineering June 01, 2020
How ETHOS Prepared Me for an International Career Working with Alternative Energy
Steve Osgood graduated from UD in May 2007 with a degree in chemical engineering and a minor in international business. While at UD he completed two international ETHOS immersions in Brazil and Bolivia. He currently lives in Chicago with his wife and dog and works for LanzaTech, which researches and licenses technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Experiential Learning May 05, 2020
Five University of Dayton students and alumni awarded Fulbright scholarships

Teaching English in South Korea through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program has special meaning for University of Dayton alumnus Will Landers ’19, who is one of five University students and recent alumni to receive 2020-21 Fulbright awards.

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President May 05, 2020
Senior Class Portrait

The Class of 2020 will always hold an extra special place in my heart because we started our University of Dayton journey together.

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Human Rights April 29, 2020
Beyond UD: 2019 Malawi Practicum Present at the University of Notre Dame Human Development Conference
In March, the 2019 Malawi Practicum cohort participated at the University of Notre Dame Human Development Conference. There, they shared their research on food security and nutrition in Sangilo village, in which Determined to Develop NGO is situated, and the surrounding area in Malawi’s Northern region.
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Experiential Learning April 23, 2020
Where are they now? - “Into the River” (River Stewards Children’s Book)

This past November, the Office of Experiential Learning attended the River Stewards Community Visioning Event, where the seniors of the 2020 Cohort turned to the Dayton community to get input on their capstone project - a book that would come to be titled Into the River. 

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Sciences April 23, 2020
Light Your Path: Criminal Justice Studies Program at UD

The University of Dayton offers an interdisciplinary criminal justice studies degree with pre-law, cybersecurity, business intelligence and criminal justice concentrations. Criminal Justice Studies Program Director Martha Hurley discusses how students can devise a path that meets their individual needs and benefits the community.

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Human Rights April 22, 2020
UD HRC Fellow Reflections on Global Solidarity

In light of the suspension of UD summer programs in response to COVID-19, recipient of the Human Rights Center’s summer grant 2019, Miranda Melone, reflects on her experiences in Zambia. Now more than ever, it is crucial to acknowledge our global interdependence and reflect on how it can be deepened.

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Engineering April 22, 2020
Valerie Dahlem '85 reflects on University of Dayton's unique education

Valerie Dahlem '85 reflects on her time at the University of Dayton and how her educational experience catapulted her through a career filled with servant leadership and prepared her to lead a billion dollar organization.

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Sustainability April 21, 2020
‘Into the River’ a River Stewards’ children’s book released on Earth Day 50/Stander
The University of Dayton River Stewards’ 2020 senior capstone project was to create a children’s book about the Great Miami Watershed. “Into the River” is one of many projects featured in UD’s Stander Stander Symposium on Earth Day 50. The book will be released that day with a live presentation at noon April 22.
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