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Sustainability October 26, 2020
River Stewards hosting online river sign visioning event Wednesday

The 2021 River Stewards senior cohort plans to create and place educational and interpretive signage along the Great Miami River about river and water quality; habitat and species; ways to recreate and safely enjoy the river; and sense of place and stewardship. To help decide what signs should be installed, they invite University of Dayton students, staff and faculty to join them for a visioning event from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28, via this Zoom link.

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Engineering October 23, 2020
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers share their culture at special interest house in the University of Dayton student neighborhood

When Franco Patino’s older brother, Julio, graduated from University of Dayton School of Engineering, the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers' special interest house in the student neighborhood was just the beginning of an idea. This year, the Patino brothers’ dream came true.

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Sustainability October 19, 2020
HSI education team seeks volunteers from all majors to inform fellow students about sustainability
The Hanley Sustainability Institute’s education team is seeking volunteers from all majors to inform fellow students about sustainability. HSI student leader Claire Sullivan said interested students can watch this video to learn more about what the education team does such as facilitating “Flyers Go Green” events, the conscious living chats and other outreach opportunities. Applications close Nov. 10.
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Students and Campus Life October 19, 2020
University of Dayton criminal justice student writes law enforcement guide on engaging with Muslim communities

University of Dayton junior Huthayfa Usman created a reference guide for law enforcement to use when engaging the Muslim community. He hopes his guide, which provides basic information about Muslim culture, helps to build trust between community members and police.

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Sustainability October 16, 2020
Kendi among keynote speakers at Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education; UD email-account holders get free registration

Nine experts are keynote speakers for the Oct. 20-22 virtual Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE), which carries the theme, “Mobilizing for a Just Transition.” The University of Dayton is a host institution for the conference, which allows anyone with a @udayton.edu email account to register here for free. On the submit payment page, enter discount code UDAYTONEDU093020, which should drop the total due to $0.00. One huge benefit of host status is access to 70-plus live presentations and more than 300-plus on-demand sessions until Nov. 22.

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Engineering October 14, 2020
Virtual series to examine history of racism, segregation in Dayton area

Three University of Dayton faculty and staff are partnering with the mayor’s office to host a three-part series Oct. 14, 21 and 28, examining the region’s history of racism, segregation and systemic bias.

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Diversity and Inclusion October 14, 2020
Virtual series to examine history of racism, segregation in Dayton area

Three University of Dayton faculty and staff are partnering with the mayor’s office to host a three-part series examining the region’s history of racism, segregation and systemic bias.

 

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Libraries October 14, 2020
A Conversation with Maleah Wells, OhioLINK Library Leaders Intern
A junior history major shares her thoughts on digital legacy, the mafia and the future of archiving.
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Libraries October 13, 2020
‘The Considerable Number of Students’: A Response to W.E.B. Du Bois
'The Crisis' sought information on Black enrollment at U.S. universities in 1930; a reply from UD in W.E.B. Du Bois' papers in the archives at University of Massachusetts Amherst provides a telling example of racial segregation.
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Libraries October 05, 2020
History Major's Surprise Discovery: Anti-Suffrage
History major and Roesch Library regular Marie Poinsatte shares her thoughts on a surprise discovery she made in the spring term: There were women in Dayton who were against women’s suffrage.
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