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Sustainability January 21, 2020
Brecha: Marie Curie fellowship with Climate Analytics a hands-on experience around the world
The year 2015 was remarkable for the series of agreements and pronouncements related to sustainability. First came Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ released with great expectation and fanfare in June. Reaching out to an audience far beyond the Catholic Church, the Pope set a tone for thinking about sustainability in a holistic way and as a moral imperative. At then end of 2015, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was agreed to by United Nations members. Finally, the U.N. Paris Agreement was approved by nearly all members, with the goal of limiting and avoiding damages due to climate change.
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Sustainability January 13, 2020
HSI grad assistants kick off office ecology project to help campus offices' sustainability
Hanley Sustainability Institute graduate students Tess Isemann and Lauren Wolford are working with the Center for Leadership on a pilot project to increase awareness of everyday habits in University of Dayton work spaces that they hope will lead to sustainability improvements.
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Human Rights January 10, 2020
University of Dayton submits its first Communication on Engagement for the Global Compact

Check out UD's first Communication on Engagement to the UN's Global Compact detailing how we are promoting human rights and sustainable across all the work of the University.

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Libraries January 10, 2020
Crèches, Career Camp ... and Friends to Write With
Students weren’t back yet, and classes hadn’t begun, but the library was already abuzz with activity the first week of January.
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President January 09, 2020
Ohio Reprograms Its Future

It’s no secret that some Ohio companies outsource programming and software engineering to other time zones around the world. That’s largely because they can’t find enough highly skilled professionals here.

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Human Rights January 03, 2020
Going Against the Grain: Human Rights and Working for Change
As we begin 2020, we're looking back on the innovations and new approaches in human rights work that emerged during SPHR 2019. Allison Corkery and Nicola Browne share takeaways from the conference.
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Sustainability January 03, 2020
Jan. 31 Gilvary Symposium to explore the Green New Deal in the Rust Belt

University of Dayton students, staff and faculty and surrounding community members are invited to attend a Jan. 31 symposium on the Green New Deal. The 2020 Gilvary Symposium sponsored by the Hanley Sustainability Institute, the University of Dayton School of Law and the UD Human Rights Center is entitled, “Building a Green New Deal in the Rust Belt: Legal, Policy and Democratic Challenges."

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Sustainability December 16, 2019
Solar prairie signage team hopes designs soon turn into reality

The University of Dayton partners responsible for the solar array and pollinator prairie at Daniel J. Curran Place feel another element is needed to tie the project together: signage.

Thanks to students in professor John Clarke’s design-science synthesis course, a system of displays was developed and could just be a final push away from installation. The signs will tell the solar prairie’s tale of innovation, partnership and experiential learning.

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President December 14, 2019
Serve First. Lead Second.
University of Dayton President Eric Spina shares words of advice from the Class of 2019 in his remarks at winter commencement.
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Engineering December 12, 2019
Emerson Helix Innovation Scholarship Awarded to Outstanding University of Dayton Students

Five University of Dayton students — including three engineering majors — were recently awarded the Helix Innovation Scholarship from Emerson for demonstrating excellence in creative thinking, innovation and problem-solving.

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