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Research April 19, 2022
Reflections from the 2022 Honors Student Symposium
Staff and students of the UHP share how this year’s presentations went after being pushed online in 2021.
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Faculty and Staff April 11, 2022
College Faculty in the News: April 11, 2022
News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues.
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Libraries March 28, 2022
New Knowledge on Basic Course
In the latest issue, available in print and online, college and university educators explore timeless topics as well as the transformative effects of COVID-19.
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Libraries March 24, 2022
First Fellows: Summer in the Marian Library

Two researchers receive fellowships for summer residencies in the Marian Library, which is internationally recognized as a center for scholarship on the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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Faith/Mission March 08, 2022
Six UD students claim McGrath Award for research in Catholic intellectual traditions
Six University of Dayton students recently received 2022 Fr. Jack McGrath, S.M., Awards for Research in Catholic Intellectual Traditions and presented their research at the annual Catholic Intellectual Tradition symposium.
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Engineering March 07, 2022
University of Dayton Electro-Optics and Photonics featured in Optica Journals and Conference
University of Dayton Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics Professor Partha Banerjee served as lead editor of a recent joint feature issue on Digital Holography and 3D Imaging, published in Optica’s Applied Optics and the Journal of the Optical Society of America A.  

 

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Human Rights February 08, 2022
Bringing life to the stories and experiences of the “water warriors” for classrooms
The Moral Courage Project aims to tell the stories of “upstanders” and identify and celebrate individuals who take risks to make important contributions in their communities during moments of crisis. Last year's cohort designed a highschool curriculum about the events and causes surrounding the water crisis in Flint, Detroit, and Martin County which is being published this week. Jordan McCormick reflects on her experience with the project.
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Sciences February 08, 2022
Two University of Dayton students first to complete new life science quality assurance minor
Abigail Lee, a senior biology major, and Hayley Jesse, a junior chemical engineering major, are the first students to complete the University of Dayton’s quality assurance in the life science industries minor.
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Human Rights February 02, 2022
Disrupting Illicit Massage Businesses and Human Trafficking in Ohio: Part 3

In this 3-part blog, members of the Abolition Ohio team share insights from the report, ‘Disrupting Illicit Massage Businesses and Human Trafficking in Ohio’ including the main trends around IMBs today, what the municipal response in the Greater Dayton area has been, and a strategy for disrupting this form of human trafficking.

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Human Rights January 31, 2022
Disrupting Illicit Massage Businesses and Human Trafficking in Ohio: Part 1

In this 3-part blog, members of the Abolition Ohio team share insights from the report, ‘Disrupting Illicit Massage Businesses and Human Trafficking in Ohio’ including the main trends around IMBs today, what the municipal response in the Greater Dayton area has been, and a strategy for disrupting this form of human trafficking.

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