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Campus and Community February 22, 2024
UD doulas scholarships aim to address Black infant and maternal mortality
The University of Dayton’s Health Equity Activation Think Tank will fund training and certification for 10 doulas.
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Students and Campus Life February 19, 2024
Biology student’s research project examines toxins, breast milk and Nursing Madonnas

UD senior biology major Rihanna Domingos’ research project explores the long term impact of harmful chemicals.

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Sustainability February 13, 2024
Must-read books for understanding sustainability and social justice in adulthood
Staying involved in sustainability and social justice while juggling a full-time job and other commitments can be difficult.
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President February 05, 2024
Get Together
As I walked for the first time through the vibrant, light-filled visual arts gallery in the newly opened Roger Glass Center for the Arts, I was struck by an abstract piece consisting of a geometric arrangement of beautiful blue wooden cubes mounted on one of the movable walls.
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Libraries January 29, 2024
Black History Month
Library collections celebrate African Americans and the arts.
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Giving January 24, 2024
Flyers Are Family
Despite graduating eight years ago, Nadaya Parks ’16 doesn’t consider her work with the University finished yet. In fact, her passion for and involvement with UD has only grown and deepened in the years since her graduation. 
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Giving January 22, 2024
A Hope to Do Good

The night before Clarence Alan Jackson planned to attend the University of Dayton’s annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. prayer breakfast in 1989, he decided to review King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. One specific line caught his attention.

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Faculty and Staff January 22, 2024
Belonging
Last week’s annual campus breakfast honoring the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. played like a symphony that builds to a powerful crescendo.
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Giving January 18, 2024
Experiencing the Ethos of UD
Last summer, three Academic City University College students in Ghana participated in a study-abroad experiential learning program through the School of Engineering.
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Giving January 12, 2024
A Legacy of Excellence

Mona Guerrier Fallen ’91 was a first-generation college student at UD whose remarkable journey led her to become an Assistant United States Attorney in Dayton, serving for over 13 years. After Mona passed away in 2013, her husband, Destry Fallen, established the Mona Guerrier Fallen Endowed Scholarship for the Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center to honor her commitment to educational opportunities for all and her optimistic and enthusiastic approach to life.

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