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Engineering June 03, 2024
Kind People, Meaningful Work: My Unforgettable Trip to Ecuador

Chemical engineering student Caleb Herbon recently visited Ecuador through the Ethos Center and shares of his life-changing experience.

Human Rights May 17, 2024
Reclaiming Power: Insights from SPHR 2023 (Part 4)
In November 2023, we gathered for the 2023 Social Practice of Human Rights, co-convening with the International Conference on the Right to Development, focused on the theme – “Decolonization and Development for Africa and People of African Descent.” This SPHR23 blog series captures the discussions and shares the learning that occurred during the conference around the themes of (1) the right to development; (2) building social movements; (3) just energy transitions; and (4) identity and belonging — as applied to Africa and the people of African descent. 
Human Rights May 06, 2024
Reclaiming Power: Insights from SPHR 2023 (Part 3)
In November 2023, we gathered for the 2023 Social Practice of Human Rights, co-convening with the International Conference on the Right to Development, focused on the theme – “Decolonization and Development for Africa and People of African Descent.” This SPHR23 blog series captures the discussions and shares the learning that occurred during the conference around the themes of (1) the right to development; (2) building social movements; (3) just energy transitions; and (4) identity and belonging — as applied to Africa and the people of African descent. 
Law April 29, 2024
Making a Difference from Miles Away

See how law student Sofia Delgado Medina is helping asylum applicants online.

Engineering April 29, 2024
Ethos Alumna Comes Back to Share Story with Current Students

Dr. Chris Vehar Jutte ‘02, now a contractor with NASA, recently came back to her alma mater this spring to discuss engineering as a vocation for the common good. During her discussion with current students, she shared her own vocational journey, which included being part of a group of students who started what is now the Ethos Center. 

Research April 22, 2024
UD historian preserves Iraqi minority cultural heritage under $1M USAID grant

A University of Dayton historian is working to preserve the cultural heritage of minority communities in Iraq.

Engineering April 18, 2024
New Space Research Master's Exchange Program with U.K. University
University of Dayton School of Engineering master’s students now have the opportunity to conduct space research thanks to a new exchange program with the University of Leicester, U.K. (UL).
Libraries April 12, 2024
2024 Library Award Winners
The University Libraries will honor Lucy Waskiewicz, Rojan K C and Malena Coleman April 24 with the 2024 Library Awards.
Human Rights March 18, 2024
Reclaiming Power: Insights from SPHR 2023 (Part 2)
In November 2023, we gathered for the 2023 Social Practice of Human Rights, co-convening with the International Conference on the Right to Development, focused on the theme – “Decolonization and Development for Africa and People of African Descent.” This SPHR23 blog series captures the discussions and shares the learning that occurred during the conference around the themes of (1) the right to development; (2) building social movements; (3) just energy transitions; and (4) identity and belonging — as applied to Africa and the people of African descent.  
Human Rights March 18, 2024
SDGs at UD: Engaging with the Global Sustainable Development Agenda
We’ve been busy working on sustainable development and human rights on campus, in Dayton, and around the world.