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Human Rights May 27, 2022
The Lethal and Lasting Impacts of Gun Violence in America
Recent mass shootings in New York, Texas and California underscore the profound human rights impacts of gun violence in America.
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Law May 23, 2022
Anne-Marie Slaughter Law Graduation Speech: Lawyers As Healers?

It is important that you see yourselves, and you help others see you, as problem solvers.

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Human Rights May 16, 2022
Teach-In on the War in Ukraine
On March 22, the Human Rights Center sponsored a teach-in on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Speakers from across UD shared their perspectives on the history, politics, and legal implications of the conflict, as well as the impact of the war and prospects for peace.
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Human Rights May 16, 2022
Learning through Dialogues in 2022 Spring Semester

HRC Student Interns reflect on dialogues they participated in throughout this spring semester. Participating in and facilitating dialogues is a great way for HRC interns and students to engage with human rights issues and different perspectives.

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Human Rights May 16, 2022
Beyond Peril and Potential: Insights from SPHR 2021 (Part 3)
SPHR 2021 convened on 2-4 December 2021 to address the perils and potential the pandemic has created for human rights advocacy. This series presents the key messages, methods and insights emerging from this first SPHR in a hybrid format.
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Faculty and Staff May 09, 2022
Geoscientists awarded $309K to study Horn of Africa water sustainability
The National Science Foundation awarded two UD researchers a grant to establish a link between rain-producing climate patterns and water supply in the Horn of Africa.
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Human Rights April 19, 2022
Beyond Peril and Potential: Insights from SPHR 2021 (Part 2)
SPHR 2021 convened on 2-4 December 2021 to address the perils and potential the pandemic has created for human rights advocacy. This series presents the key messages, methods and insights emerging from this first SPHR in a hybrid format.
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Humanities and Social Sciences April 08, 2022
Echoes from the Past: Poetry of Resistance and Emerging Feminism
With Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Tatiana Liaugminas reflects on how this CAP course introduces students to key issues of social justice and injustice, artistic censorship, and life within a surveillance state through the exploration of Anna Akhmatova’s life and poetry.
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Human Rights April 05, 2022
For One Day One Dayton, students consider what they have gained by working with the HRC
Through internships, fellowships and other engagement opportunities the HRC provides many different learning opportunities to students at UD. For One Day One Dayton this year our current interns reflect on how working at the HRC has impacted their time at UD.
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Engineering April 04, 2022
Engineering systems for the common good: Theories and modeling to drive solutions and hope

I finally found that elusive “something” I had been looking for for so long: Creating a new course, which I am calling Engineering Systems for the Common Good (EGR 419). As a professor who loves to teach, I thought that this would be one of the best things I could do to contribute to the community.

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