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Students and Campus Life May 23, 2024
UD political science major named Newman Civic Fellow
Jakob Burdick has been honored for his work as a voting rights and civic engagement advocate in the Dayton community.
Campus and Community May 21, 2024
Business Ethics & Environmental Sustainability: Kayak expedition

The last excursion of the BEES included the opportunity to kayak in the Eastwood Metropark Mad River tributary and enjoy a last picnic.

Campus and Community May 21, 2024
Business Ethics & Environmental Sustainability: Bee hive visit
ntrepid BEES visited a local hive to get better acquainted with the intriguing insect that inspires our forays. 
Campus and Community May 21, 2024
Business Ethics & Environmental Sustainability: Carillon Historical Park
The BEES acquisition of an understanding of the economic and environmental history of the Dayton area culminated in a visit to the Carillon Historical Park.
Campus and Community May 21, 2024
Business Ethics & Environmental Sustainability: Guided tour of The Hub/Arcade
The BEES were treated to a private tour of the Dayton Arcade by Kat Cordier, the Associate Director of the L. William Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Libraries May 10, 2024
Barbie Streamhouse
Library services are more than Kenough for a Barbie-themed course.
Faculty May 10, 2024
College Faculty in the News: May 10, 2024

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.

Experiential Learning May 03, 2024
To Research and Beyond
Undergraduate student research experiences at UD can include conducting research over the summer and completing an honors thesis. Katie Hoener did both, which led to something bigger — authoring a textbook chapter with her mentor, Li-Yin Liu.
Sustainability April 26, 2024
The Beast makes its way to University of Dayton campus
'Beast' protest reminds us that the plastic we use may be out of our sight after consumption, but it does not go away.
Faculty April 23, 2024
UD American studies scholar named American Catholic Historical Association president

University of Dayton scholar Anthony Smith is bringing his expertise into the spotlight as president of the ACHA.