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President September 19, 2022
A Great First Impression
Walking through the Employer Engagement Center, our tour group noticed that nearly all the walls in the interview rooms and throughout the impressive building were painted various shades of blue.
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Students and Campus Life September 12, 2022
UD photography student selected for exclusive national fellowship
University of Dayton photography major Jayonna Johnson is one of eight college students nationwide selected as an Imagining America Joy of Giving Something fellow.
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Students and Campus Life September 06, 2022
UD Core program helps undeclared students choose majors, find vocation
The University of Dayton Core Integrated Studies program helps students make informed choices about academic majors and vocational choices.
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Research August 16, 2022
The Dunbar Initiative at the University of Dayton
The University of Dayton is preserving the legacy of Dayton native Paul Laurence Dunbar, one of the first Black writers in the U.S. to achieve national prominence.
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Faculty and Staff August 10, 2022
College Faculty in the News: Aug. 10, 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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President July 28, 2022
The Joy of Undergraduate Discovery

Tierra Freeman popped one of her presentation slides up on the screen in Sears Recital Hall as 10 honors students in the Berry Summer Thesis Institute gathered on stage for a group photo before lunch. As I glanced up, the question jumped out, “What is a role model?” That’s an easy one.

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Research July 18, 2022
UD researcher leads study using nanotechnology to restore damaged stem cells
A University of Dayton biomedical engineer is the lead author of a study detailing a new strategy to restore damaged umbilical cord stem cells.
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President June 21, 2022
Go Anywhere. Do Anything.

Seeing University of Dayton students discover their passions and push themselves to achieve their dreams is one of my greatest joys as president. Correction. It is my greatest joy.

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Diversity and Inclusion May 31, 2022
Learning to Make a Difference
Much of what shaped Cierra Stewart’s ’20 current career path was set into motion before she ever stepped foot onto the campus of the University of Dayton. That dedication paid off in a personal triumph — meeting then-Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
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Faith/Mission May 31, 2022
My Top Five

I love visiting alumni around the country, but I also get a kick out of hanging out (virtually) on their porches, too. During one recent porch talk, moderator Andrew Wong '19, of the alumni community in Charlotte, North Carolina, asked me to name the "top five things alumni need to know in order to be in the know."

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