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Sustainability May 23, 2024
From dorm to donation: Move Out at the University of Dayton

Students could drop off as many objects as they have in their house at 17 locations across campus.

Experiential Learning May 20, 2024
Chalk Art ‘Guided by the Brilliance of Mary’

Let us take you behind the scenes of the commission process for the chalk artwork created for the exhibit "Mary in Catholic Education."

President May 17, 2024
Leaning Into Mary to Learn
When I swung by the "Mary in Catholic Education" exhibit in the Marian Library Gallery this week, I immediately spied a busy chalkboard, reminiscent of my childhood days at St. Joseph’s School in Buffalo.
Campus and Community May 16, 2024
Out of the Vault for Reunion Weekend

Visiting alumni can peruse rare books, a student-curated exhibit and more during an open house.

Giving May 13, 2024
Donor honors former English professor with new UD award for writing excellence
Bart Ng, dean and professor emeritus at IUPUI, wanted to make a gift in honor of John D. Groppe.
Faculty May 10, 2024
College Faculty in the News: May 10, 2024

News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues.

Giving May 08, 2024
A Touch of Home

Alina Munoz ’01 and her family met Myron Achbach ’58 when he made a recruitment visit to her high school in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His kindness and sincere presentation convinced them to choose UD, and that was just the beginning.

Students May 05, 2024
Don't Throw Away Your Shot
"You have been blessed with the opportunity to do something extraordinary with your lives. In the words of 'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, 'Don't throw away your shot,'" University of Dayton President Eric Spina told the Class of 2024 at spring commencement.
President April 29, 2024
Shrinking UD's Carbon Footprint — Overnight
University of Dayton students recognize that the future of the planet is in all of our hands. That’s why it was so fitting that four undergraduates had front-row seats at the news conference in Kettering Labs on Earth Day at which a plan was announced to bring carbon-free power to the entire campus and student neighborhoods.
Faith/Mission April 25, 2024
A Reflection for Autism Acceptance Month

Just like Christ endured isolation and loneliness in his darkest hour, it is all too common for people who identify as neurodivergent to feel marginalized and unaccepted. We have been socially conditioned to believe that there is a “typical” way that people think, behave, and communicate, and when there is a deviation from this “norm” it is easy to dismiss, ignore, or even mistreat God’s creation.