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Giving November 28, 2022
Education and Values

Both of Sandra Henry’s ’69 parents were smart and accomplished, but neither was able to complete their bachelor’s degree due to a lack of funds. In their honor, she has created two scholarships: the Kenneth Henry Scholarship and the Alice Henry Scholarship. As a lifelong educator, she directed the scholarships to help UD School of Education and Health Sciences students earn their degrees — and graduate without substantial debt.

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Engineering November 23, 2022
“Danger Zone” named UD engineering class of 2026 song

Samuel Weaver, Matthew P. Shaffer and 200 first-year engineering students signed a petition to name “Danger Zone” as their class song and accept the song's challenge: “You never know what you can do until you get it up as high as you can go.”

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Technology November 21, 2022
Computer engineering student creates public speaking simulator with faculty mentor
Inspired by his own struggles with public speaking, UD junior Bao Truong created a VR simulator to allow users to practice presentations before a computer-generated crowd.
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Experiential Learning November 17, 2022
Criminal justice student participates in Spelman College summer research program
UD's Victoria Rivera is participating in Spelman College’s Increasing Statistical Preparation in Research Education for Underrepresented Undergraduates (INSPIRE U2) program.
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President November 15, 2022
Wind Beneath Their Wings

During Sunday’s scholarship brunch, I marveled at Daisha Williams' poise, confidence — and ease in articulating why investing in students pays dividends.

 

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Career Development November 14, 2022
UD media production class wins ‘student Emmy’ for Dayton documentary
Students of UD’s Documentary Filmmaking course won the collegiate equivalent of an Emmy for their short documentary Shattered: A City Under Pressure.
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Giving November 11, 2022
Chaminade Scholar Leads Red Scare

Where else but UD would you find a student like Jacob Mantle? He’s a Chaminade Scholar and a leader of Red Scare — as focused on exploring his faith in vocation as he is dedicated to bringing fans to a frenzy under the bright lights of UD Arena. And those are just two of the hats worn by Mantle, who was president of Red Scare last year, and this year is the vice president for external relations.

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Giving November 11, 2022
Investing 107 Hours

Sophomore Caiden Guzman understands the value of time and invests it in making a positive impact on the world around him through outreach and his chosen major.

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Law November 09, 2022
How To Land An Out-Of-State Job After Law School

See how the strong connections one graduate made while at the University of Dayton School of Law helped her get exactly where she wanted to go.

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President November 09, 2022
The Flyer Connection

If I’m wearing a Dayton Flyers baseball cap in Santa Fe, New Mexico, or Pittsburgh or even Bryce
Canyon National Park, someone invariably will smile and yell, "Go, Flyers!"

 

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