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Diversity and Inclusion January 16, 2020
UD grants doctorates in theology to four women graduates

The University of Dayton granted doctoral degrees in theology to four women graduates at its December 2019 commencement ceremony — a notable event given that women typically account for less than 40% of doctorates in religion, according to Academy of Arts and Sciences Humanities Indicators data.

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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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Faith/Mission January 06, 2020
2020 Message of Gratitude from ECHO

“It’s not so much what we have in this life that matters.  It’s what we do with what we have.”   ~ Fred Rogers

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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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President December 24, 2019
The Miracle of Christmas
In my Christmas message to the Flyer family, I encourage us to open up our hearts to the miracle of the season.
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Libraries December 23, 2019
History as it Happens: Interviews about Dayton School Desegregation
Archives intern documents the opportunities and challenges of making historic interviews accessible to researchers.
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Campus and Community December 19, 2019
Christmas Blessings from the UD Center for Catholic Education
At this blessed time of year we extend Christmas greetings to you!
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Sustainability December 18, 2019
UD RE-volv aims for $3,000 by New Year's Eve for solar seed fund to help non-profits
The University of Dayton chapter of RE-volv has raised about $75,000 the past two years to allow two local non-profit organizations to switch to solar energy. This year, the group is hoping for many small contributions by Dec. 31 to attain their goal of $3,000 for its "Solar Seed Fund." To donate to the new fund, visit RE-volv's website.
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