Skip to main content

Blogs

Blogs Archive
Law October 27, 2022
Law Students Help Afghan Refugees Find A Home

The students are applying what they learned in class to make a difference, while also gaining valuable experience assisting clients.

Read More
Service October 10, 2022
Farming Faith
Having faith means trusting divine guidance when the destination is unknown. That's what Sarah Brightfield '22 learned when an Ethos immersion steered her from corporate America to a West Virginia farm where she can blend vocation with service.
Read More
Engineering September 25, 2022
Better engineer, better person, chemical engineering student grateful for ETHOS experience

When I came to Dayton and toured the School of Engineering as a senior in high school, I left knowing two things: I wanted to be a Dayton Flyer; I wanted to be a participant in The Ethos Center program.

Read More
President September 17, 2022
By the Numbers
"You’re the kind of leaders who don’t just imagine a better world. You go about the business of creating it," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told the 2022 Alumni Awards recipients at a dinner on Sept. 17.
Read More
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.
Read More
Giving September 01, 2022
Finding Home Through Service

When she was young, Nancy Riedl ’91 considered herself fearless. It was no surprise that, as a first-year communication student, she took a job calling the generous donors who fund University of Dayton programs and scholarships — people she didn’t know.

Read More
Students and Campus Life August 03, 2022
Callings
When you were in college, what would you have said if someone asked, “What is your vocation?” Would you have named your future career? Perhaps your plans for single, married or religious life? The Callings program at the University of Dayton gives students a different perspective — focusing their attention on arguably the most important time of life: right now.
Read More
Engineering August 02, 2022
Engineering students experience sustainable engineering in the rich, vibrant culture of Western Africa through The Ethos Center

University of Dayton School of Engineering seniors, Eric, electrical engineering, and Emma, chemical engineering, participated in a summer ETHOS Immersion in Haatso, Ghana, and worked hand-in-hand with Academic City University College faculty, technicians and students on various sustainability-focused projects.

Read More
Faith/Mission June 13, 2022
Hybrid religious studies courses offer online master’s students ‘true classroom experience’
The Department of Religious Studies launched two hybrid master’s programs in 2021, offering degrees in pastoral ministry and theological studies.
Read More
Engineering June 06, 2022
Civil engineering student receives University of Dayton John E. Riley Award

Emma Allington, University of Dayton civil and environmental engineering major, received the 37th annual John E. Riley Award for her leadership roles with the University's River Stewards and the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

Read More