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Human Rights September 24, 2021
How the Missing and Murdered Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People Social Movement Advocates Using Social Media

Lack of communication between state, local, and tribal law enforcement is resulting in failures to investigate Missing and Murdered Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People (MMIWG2S) cases. Through a social movement that harnesses social media, Indigenous people have taken up the responsibility of fighting for justice for these women and girls.

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Fine and Performing Arts September 24, 2021
University of Dayton ArtsLIVE series returns with live performances

After a pandemic-related hiatus during 2020 that featured three virtual events, the ArtsLIVE Performance Series resumes with six live concerts scheduled for the 2021-22 academic year.

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Libraries September 24, 2021
A Love of Science and the Excitement of Discovery
Professor Albert Burky retires from UD in May 2022 with 49 years of teaching, fieldwork, publishing and professional service. His impact is beyond measure, writes colleague Ryan McEwan.
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Engineering September 22, 2021
University of Dayton School of Engineering Vision Awards 2021
University of Dayton School of Engineering Vision Awards - Community, Innovation, Scholarship, and Engagement and Service relate to our Marianist values.
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Sustainability September 21, 2021
UD campus climate strike this Friday at noon; People in more than 150 countries taking part

University of Dayton students are taking part in the global climate strike Friday, Sept. 24, according to campus organizers. The group is calling for students, faculty and others to meet in the Humanities Plaza from noon until 2 p.m. Friday to strike for the future.

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Campus and Community September 20, 2021
University of Dayton faculty and students present second annual Dayton Independent Film Festival, Sept. 24-27, showcasing Midwestern filmmakers
Two dozen University of Dayton students spent the past spring semester planning, curating and creating assets for a four-day 2021 Dayton Independent Film Festival.
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Engineering September 20, 2021
Two University of Dayton alumni awarded Fulbright scholarships

Through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Elizabeth Michalenko ’19, bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, will be attending the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, and Olivia LeBlanc ’21, bachelor's degree in psychology, is looking forward to teaching English in Estonia.

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President September 20, 2021
Not of Voice Alone, But Heart
Some of the University of Dayton’s wonderful undergraduate music ministers led Sunday's congregation through a full-throated version of Lord, Whose Love In Humble Service, their voices reverberating throughout the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
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Sustainability September 19, 2021
UD student research exploring effects of solar panels on pollinator community

University of Dayton student Brigid Morgan is researching how solar panels at UD’s Curran Place affect the community of pollinators gathering next to the panels. Under the direction of Associate Biology Professor Chelse Prather, Morgan is a senior biology major with Spanish and philosophy minors. She plans to present her honors thesis in March 2022. For weeks, she used pollinator traps - different colored containers attracting different species inside and outside the solar array - and took them to the lab to identify them.

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President September 17, 2021
We have a proven, means-tested and equitable tool at our disposal to make higher education attainable: the Pell Grant. But the time has come to do more.
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