Blogs Archive
President November 05, 2018
Elevating Our Sights
The University of Dayton has been shaped by generations of visionaries — wise men and women with imagination and faith.
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Research November 02, 2018
Gender and Schizophrenia
New research from University of Dayton psychologist Julie Walsh-Messinger and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai psychiatrist Dolores Malaspina uncovers key differences in the brains of men and women suffering from schizophrenia.
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News November 02, 2018
SEHS social digest: Nov. 2, 2018
Our teacher education students are learning creative ways to teach fractions in the classroom, while our faculty are representing UD at a statewide conference, and also researching the link between physical therapy and breast cancer survivors. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels. (Fresh new look…same great programs! Check out our redesigned site at
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Fine and Performing Arts November 01, 2018
Setting the Stage for Experiential Learning
Matthew Evans has seen how the performing arts translate around the globe through his international work with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, a culturally diverse troupe rooted in the African-American experience.
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Sciences October 29, 2018
Mathematics Gift
High regard for a pair of University of Dayton mathematics professors + a generous donation in their honor = more opportunities for mathematics majors to attend conferences and organize student activities.
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Experiential Learning October 25, 2018
Student Led Conference Continues to Create Change
For students in the Creating Inclusive Community initiative, “creating change” isn’t just a slogan; it’s the main goal. Join us for the 2018 CIC Conference, Let's Talk!: Serious Comedy.
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Faculty October 25, 2018
College Faculty in the News: October 25, 2018
Ben McCall, Executive Director of the Hanley Sustainability Institute, explains how lessons in sustainability can go beyond the classroom when parents teach their children about packing sustainable lunches. The story was picked up by several media outlets across the country.
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Research October 23, 2018
Neuroscience Research Funding
The National Institutes of Health awarded a University of Dayton researcher $148,077 to study the role of a novel calcium-handling protein in the brain that could be involved in mental conditions such as autism, schizophrenia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
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Humanities and Social Sciences October 22, 2018
Humanities: The Heart of the Matter
University of Dayton humanities departments and programs are looking to reinforce the value of the humanities and enrich the experience of humanities majors.
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Humanities and Social Sciences October 15, 2018
Humanities Visibility
University of Dayton humanities faculty and students have a new champion in Marissa McCray '00, a staff member and alumna working to highlight the visibility and value of the College of Arts and Sciences’ humanities degrees.
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