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Human Rights November 18, 2022
Call for Collaborators: Action Research and Rights Collective
The Action Research and Rights Collective, initiated by the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, began convening in Spring 2022 to lay a foundation for collaboration around methods of inquiry that center dignity, justice, and solidarity in our work.
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Human Rights November 09, 2022
Museums Making Efforts to Address Difficult Histories
Museum scholars and practitioners gather to share insights into the perils and potential of exhibiting mass violence.
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Human Rights September 22, 2022
Federal grant for extremism prevention awarded to UD HRC
The Human Rights Center received a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant for a new project, PREVENTS-OH, which will develop a network of organizations to help prevent domestic violent extremism in southwest Ohio.
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Career Development September 15, 2022
A Winding and Unexpected Road
For Erica Reist Bass ’15, the road to her first Emmy is similar to the patient stories she tells — winding and totally unexpected.
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Campus and Community September 06, 2022
Dialogue Zone Welcomes New Cohort of Facilitators
This month, the Dialogue Zone welcomed a new cohort of faculty, staff, and students as part of its annual facilitator training program.
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Campus and Community May 27, 2022
Flyers — and Friends — for Life
A lot can happen in 50 years, good and bad. That's one of many reasons so many alumni look forward to Reunion Weekend.
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Human Rights February 24, 2022
Russia's aggression on Ukraine threatens international peace and human rights
In our statement on Russia's military invasion of Ukraine, we express our concern about the threat to international peace and our solidarity with the people of Ukraine. Only the global rule of law can constrain the most powerful states and prevent a return to a world of imperialism, colonialism and conquest.
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Faculty and Staff February 22, 2022
University of Dayton associate professor awarded Marc Sanders Foundation media fellowship for op-ed writing

The Marc Sanders Foundation named University of Dayton associate professor of philosophy Aili Bresnahan an inaugural Philosophy in the Media Fellow for op-ed writing. Bresnahan, who specializes in aesthetics and the philosophy of dance, was one of 30 philosophers selected by a committee of academic philosophers and media industry professionals from a pool of 264 applicants.

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Diversity and Inclusion February 21, 2022
University of Dayton ‘Global Voices’ virtual symposium examines Africa’s growing importance to the world
Africa in Our Century is the theme of the 2022 Global Voices virtual symposium, hosted by professor Julius Amin, the University of Dayton’s Alumni Chair in Humanities. The two-day event examines the growing importance of Africa to the world’s present and future.
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Diversity and Inclusion February 15, 2022
University of Dayton conferences, ThinkTV documentary, and traveling exhibit explore impact of ‘redlining’ on Dayton region
A number of University of Dayton faculty, staff and students are taking part in a series of events this year that explore the impact of redlining on the Dayton region.
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