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Human Rights December 05, 2019
Visiting the Traumatic Legacies of War
Ben Schrader, project researcher for the Vietnam Legacies Project, reflects on his recent visit to Viet Nam and humanitarian activism and advocacy related to impacts of the Vietnam War.
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Sustainability November 15, 2019
Dinner in the Desert Kitchen fundraiser for Gem City Market is Dec. 6

The fourth annual art auction, can drive and multi-media exhibition to benefit the Gem City Market is from 6 to 9 p.m Friday, Dec. 6 at the Index Project Space, 1001 E. Second St., Suite 1000 in Dayton. The University of Dayton student-organized event is titled: Dinner in the Desert Kitchen IV: No Space like Home. Hanley Sustainability Institute (HSI), Gem City Market and Welcome Dayton are sponsoring the free, public event.

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Business November 11, 2019
Tragedy Inspires Service

An unexpected injury turned this soccer hopeful into a power for good.

 

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Engineering November 06, 2019
The Marianist Way: UD Engineering Donates Used Equipment to Schools in Togo

The University of Dayton School of Engineering donated more than 50 pieces of lab equipment for students attending Marianist schools in Togo, Africa, this summer.

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President November 04, 2019
Return on Investment

Dick Davis ’72 began preaching the value of real-world experiences for undergraduate students ages before “experiential learning” became hot. And what a payoff.

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Sustainability October 29, 2019
Montgomery County Food Summit Nov. 20; registration due Nov. 6

Food equity is the main topic at the 9th Annual Montgomery County Food Summit from 8 a.m. until noon on Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Building 12 Great Hall at Sinclair Community College. Participant registration and exhibitor registration is free, but required by Wednesday, Nov. 6.

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President October 18, 2019
Full Circle

John, Shirley, and Chuck Berry didn’t graduate from the University of Dayton, but sometimes friends become a part of the family. They’ve just committed $5 million to create the new Berry Family Scholarship Program for honors students, the latest in a long line of generous gifts. What inspires them to support our students and programs with such joyous generosity?

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Sustainability October 14, 2019
'Funky' fundraiser highlights HSI's partnership with Co-op Dayton

Co-op Dayton brands itself as the non-profit incubator for worker- and community-owned cooperative businesses that build a more resilient, inclusive economy in Dayton. The group, which supports the Gem City Market, is a community partner of the Hanley Sustainability Institute and other sustainability efforts at the University of Dayton.

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Sustainability September 09, 2019
5 years in, sustainability institute has surpassed Hanleys' hopes

For George Hanley ’77 and Amanda Hanley, the return on their investment in sustainability at the University of Dayton has been worth every penny. Thursday, Sept. 19, marks the fifth anniversary since their $12.5 million gift formed the Hanley Sustainability Institute and refueled ongoing sustainability initiatives and academic programs.

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President September 03, 2019
Paying It Forward

If there’s an art in "paying it forward," Bill and Margie Klesse have perfected it.

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