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Faculty August 31, 2018
Liberal Arts ‘STARS’
The University of Dayton performed $149 million in sponsored research in fiscal year 2018. While much of that work was done at the University of Dayton Research Institute, faculty research isn't just limited to science and engineering laboratories.
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Fine and Performing Arts August 28, 2018
Dayton Funk Symposium
Dayton has given the world the cash register, electric car starter and pop-top can, among other innovations. The city also helped fuel the 1970s funk music boom, with nearly a dozen Dayton bands on major record labels during the latter half of that decade, including the Ohio Players, Lakeside and Heatwave.
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Faculty August 24, 2018
College Faculty in the News: August 24, 2018
Research on self-esteem, narcissism and bragging conducted by Department of Psychology faculty Erin O’Mara and Benjamin Kunz suggests that social media hasn’t eroded our cultural preference for humility and modesty.
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Fine and Performing Arts August 23, 2018
Building Cultural Curiosity
A new season of professional arts performances begins Sep. 20 at the University of Dayton. ArtsLIVE, the University’s premiere professional performance series, showcases a wide range of disciplines and cultural traditions. The program has served both community and campus audiences since 1961.
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Experiential Learning August 21, 2018
Global Art Education
University of Dayton senior Mary Guida blazed a potential new path for art education majors this summer, teaching art classes at a Marianist school in Santiago, Chile, to pilot a proposed global experiential learning program.
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Students and Campus Life August 20, 2018
Advice to the Class of 2022
This year, the University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences welcomes more than 1,025 first-year students, representing nearly half of the University’s more than 2,200 new students from 39 states and 18 countries.
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Faculty August 10, 2018
College Faculty in the News: August 10, 2018
Professor Messay Kedebe, Department of Philosophy, recently wrote an article in Ethiopian News & Views, discussing current Ethiopian political transitions and their impact that nation's democratic order.
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Fine and Performing Arts August 01, 2018
As a Farewell to Benjamin Miller – Two of His Most Significant Woodcuts
The exhibit in the Marian Library's gallery may have recently ended, but Father Johann Roten, S.M. has more to say about Miller and his woodcuts.
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Faculty July 25, 2018
College Faculty in the News: July 25, 2018
Professor Julius Amin, Department of History and Alumni Chair in Humanities, discussed his recent travels in Cameroon, where he listened to ordinary voices about the ongoing Anglophone crisis. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.
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Faculty July 09, 2018
College Faculty in the News: July 9, 2018
Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science, discusses the current political division experienced in many sectors of U.S. society. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.
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