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Experiential Learning February 19, 2024
Lessons Living Abroad
Every semester the University of Dayton sends students abroad to Madrid, Spain. This semester one of those incredible students is Junior Ariana Callaghan! Come read about some of the important stories and lessons she has learned since she started her journey of living in Madrid.
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Engineering February 13, 2024
Electro-Optics and Photonics Professor Travels to China to Share Research

Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics professor Dr. Partha Banerjee visited Tsinghua University in Beijing, China to present an invited lecture on his recent research. Banerjee, who is Director of the Holography and Metamaterials Lab, specializes in digital and dynamic holography, metamaterials, photorefractives and acousto-optics.

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Engineering February 08, 2024
Jenna’s Journey: Ethos Experience Brings Clean Water to Rural Communities in Exchange for Cultural Appreciation

Jenna Ladd, a senior mechanical engineering student, embarked on a life-changing journey during an Ethos breakout in May 2023.

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Human Rights January 01, 2024
Reclaiming Power: Insights from SPHR 2023 (Part 1)
Dr. Satang Nabaneh writes for the Dayton Daily News Ideas & Voices about the Social Practice of Human Rights.
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Human Rights December 15, 2023
Study Abroad in Santiago, Chile - Reflections from Graduating Seniors
"The study abroad program based in Santiago, Chile, stands as a life-changing experience for the both of us!"
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Engineering December 12, 2023
First Students Graduate this December with Human Rights in Engineering Minor
The University of Dayton School of Engineering recently started a new minor in human rights in engineering — and the first two students to choose the minor are graduating this December.
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Human Rights November 28, 2023
My Intercultural Immersion Trip to Kenya
The diverse sights and sounds of Kenya came alive in our AVoice4Peace trip this past June. In addition to going on a safari and touring Nairobi, during our trip we sang with three different Kenyan choirs in a concert to raise money for a school and orphanage and spread a message of peace and unity.
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Human Rights November 28, 2023
CAP Study Abroad in Santiago, Chile - An Engineering Student’s Reflection
“My study abroad program based in Santiago, Chile, stands as one of the most transformative events in my lifetime.”
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Human Rights November 10, 2023
Call for Book Chapter Proposals
A Globalized Pedagogical Framework in Teacher Education: Developing Borderless Practices, Advocacy, and Activism. Part of the Global Teacher Education series Rowman and Littlefield.
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Experiential Learning November 06, 2023
Why Apply to Be a Hull Fellow?
A unique offering in the University Honors Program is the Hull Fellowship. This fellowship is offered twice a year to Honors students considering studying abroad. Read below to hear the experience of a Hull Fellowship recipient, Tara McLoughlin.
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