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Service June 18, 2024
Dan Ratterman ’15

While a student at UD, Dan Ratterman ’15 had a side hustle. Ratterman now is the chief operating officer at Shady Rays and the company employs more than 100 people and often ships more than 10,000 orders a day.

Sustainability June 12, 2024
Rethinking recycling after a trip to Cincinnati
The Hanley Sustainability Institute Summer Fellows recently visited the Cincinnati Recycling and Reuse Hub to volunteer and take a tour.
Service June 11, 2024
Leadership, Friendship, Service: Alpha Phi Omega’s Story
Take a look back at the university's first coed service fraternity.
Faith/Mission June 07, 2024
Military spiritual mentoring course soars to new heights with the VLCFF

The VLCFF had the incredible opportunity to collaborate with retired Col. of the U.S. Air Force, Suzy Streeter, and develop a mentoring program within the military for those wishing to strengthen their faith.

Faculty June 06, 2024
Sharon Davis Gratto, world and funk music champion, retires after 16 years at UD

Gratto championed global music and Dayton’s funk music heritage during her time at the University of Dayton.

Sustainability May 23, 2024
From dorm to donation: Move Out at the University of Dayton

Students could drop off as many objects as they have in their house at 17 locations across campus.

Service May 16, 2024
Seizing Golden Opportunities
The Class of ’74 attended UD during tumultuous times. The Vietnam War, Watergate and the Arab Oil Embargo were just a few of the national headlines during their time as Flyer undergraduates.
Giving May 13, 2024
Donor honors former English professor with new UD award for writing excellence
Bart Ng, dean and professor emeritus at IUPUI, wanted to make a gift in honor of John D. Groppe.
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.

Service May 08, 2024
Cierra Stewart ’20
The drive to create change led Cierra Stewart ’20 away from Dayton and straight to Washington, D.C.