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Health September 13, 2021
Their Voice, Their Vocation: Religious Sisters in Health Care

In a new oral history collection, women religious share their thoughts on the past, present and future of Catholic health care.

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Law July 28, 2021
How A Law Degree Can Be Just What The Doctor Ordered

Ethan Nkana ’13 has used his experience at the University of Dayton School of Law to create a unique agency that helps doctors across the country.

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Campus and Community May 27, 2021
Summer 2021 CAP DSJreads
Looking for Diversity and Social Justice readings? Here’s a list of books crowdsourced by CAP DSJ faculty, and published in collaboration with University of Dayton Libraries, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Multi-Ethnic Education and Engagement Center, Center for International Programs, and the Diversity ILG Working Group.
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Libraries April 21, 2021
Building a Research Community

In a remote event hosted on eCommons April 23, faculty in the School of Education and Health Sciences share their latest research.

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President February 15, 2021
A Community of Care and Support

In the midst of the pandemic, Holly Harmon arrived on campus as the new director of the Counseling Center and quickly realized the times we live in called for a new, more nimble approach to serving students.

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Campus and Community February 01, 2021
Advancing your Faith during COVID

There's always something new to learn about your faith.

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President January 27, 2021
Pulling Through — By Pulling Together
In an assembly line operation in the RecPlex staffed largely by campus volunteers, between 500 and 600 students daily are receiving a COVID-19 test and result before they unpack their bags and move back into their residences.
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Sustainability January 25, 2021
‘Dayton Sprouts’ food literacy program wins $50,000 grant; co-authors from UD wrote application for city

A city of Dayton program to educate children about the importance of living a healthy and sustainable lifestyle recently won a $50,000 grant from the United States Conference of Mayors. The grant for Dayton Sprouts, part of the Childhood Obesity Prevention/Environmental Health and Sustainability Awards, was written for the city by University of Dayton graduates Meg Maloney and Sarah Richard. It was one of nine grants awarded nationally by the mayors’ conference and the American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America (ABFHA). “Each week, we will have a different theme and activities that will go with that theme,” Maloney said. “At the beginning of camp, each child will receive a passport which is an activity booklet that will help guide them through the program throughout the summer."

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President December 19, 2020
It's Not All About Me
"I urge the Class of 2020 to use your education to serve others in ways that will change the narrative of our times," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told the Class of 2020 at the December commencement ceremony.
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Faculty and Staff December 02, 2020
Responsive and Adaptive: The Common Academic Program (CAP) in a Time of Distress

The 2021 Learning Teaching Forum — 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, January 8 — will focus on the most important lessons that educators at the University of Dayton have learned about teaching and learning since the spring 2020 semester.  The CAP Component Coordinators will reflect on how CAP at large and its components specifically offer and create opportunities for faculty and student learning and development.

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