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Faculty and Staff May 27, 2022
College Faculty in the News: May 27, 2022
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.
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Libraries May 27, 2022
Flowers from the Holy Land

Pressed, dried blossoms from sacred sites and places of pilgrimage provide inspiration and evoke reverence for nature.

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Engineering May 26, 2022
School of Engineering Ethos Center expands work to deepen engagement in Dayton community

New leadership in the University of Dayton School of Engineering Ethos Center is deepening engagement in the Dayton community. This summer, about 15 UD students will work with 10 area organizations to connect their engineering skills with each organizations' needs and aspirations.

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President May 23, 2022
Behind the Pomp and Circumstance
I was curious about the president's medallion that my predecessor Dan Curran left for me to wear during graduation ceremonies, but I didn’t know its history or meaning. When Neomi De Anda, associate professor of religious studies, tweeted after the ceremony, "Please tell us about your medal," I knew I had some homework.
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Experiential Learning May 18, 2022
Connecting Classroom Learning to Library Employment

Student's expertise and curiosities in maps, genealogy, Catholic culture and the Italian language bring new insights to several Marian Library exhibits and collections.

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Libraries May 16, 2022
Mary's Month in Magazines

Illustrations of the Blessed Mother in Italian periodicals in the early 1900s prompt researchers to ponder possible connections.

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President May 14, 2022
For Everything There is a Season
"Welcome home, Class of 2020. Welcome home! I've been waiting to say those joyful words for two years. It's especially meaningful to me because you are my very first class," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told hundreds of graduates who returned to campus for an in-person celebration.
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President May 10, 2022
Of Life, Love and Puppets

John Zaller showed off a bright red cardinal he made out of recycled plastic cups as part of his group's final presentation in the Latino/Latina Religious Experience course.

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President May 08, 2022
#UDStrong
"You have shown that you may be the most resilient class in UD history. There should be an asterisk on your official transcript noting this accomplishment because you've taken a crash course in resiliency and aced it. You are #UDStrong," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told the Class of 2022 at spring commencement.
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Experiential Learning May 02, 2022
A Garden for La Virgen de Guadalupe

A Marian Library collection prompts library intern Yamilet Perez Aragon ’23 to ponder the Blessed Mother's presence in artwork, plants, an urban farm and her faraway family.

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