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Engineering June 15, 2020
The Inaugural ETHOS/KEEN Remote Immersion Program
The ETHOS Center with the support of the School of Engineering’s KEEN grant from the KERN Family Foundation has implemented the first-ever remote Dayton and domestic immersion program this summer.
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Human Rights June 11, 2020
Lessons from a Grassroots Development Nonprofit
Rebecca Westphal, Malawi Graduate Fellow 2019-20, shares what she learned about sustainable community-based development through her time at Determined to Develop.
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Engineering June 04, 2020
School of Engineering Students Help Mission of Mary Cooperative Become Net-Zero
With the help of School of Engineering programs and students, Mission of Mary Cooperative (MMC), an urban farming initiative, has been verified as a net-zero energy campus through the New Buildings Institute.
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Human Rights June 02, 2020
Stand Up for Human Rights: #BlackLivesMatter
The Human Rights Center joins the multitude of voices condemning the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and too many other Black men and women, demanding accountability for these injustices and proposing actions to reform our current system.
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Engineering June 01, 2020
How ETHOS Prepared Me for an International Career Working with Alternative Energy
Steve Osgood graduated from UD in May 2007 with a degree in chemical engineering and a minor in international business. While at UD he completed two international ETHOS immersions in Brazil and Bolivia. He currently lives in Chicago with his wife and dog and works for LanzaTech, which researches and licenses technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Human Rights May 26, 2020
Moral Courage Project Goes Remote
After a semester of prepping for in-person fieldwork in Appalachia, and Detroit and Flint, Michigan, the Moral Courage Project on access to clean water switches gears to remote fieldwork in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Human Rights May 21, 2020
University of Dayton Students Earn National Awards for UN SDGs Impact
United Nations Association of the USA Recognizes two University of Dayton Students Delivering Progress Toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
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Human Rights May 18, 2020
A Triple Bottom Line: Developing Environmental, Social, and Economic Sustainability in Student Business Practices
The Human Rights Center and Hanley Sustainability Institute have collaborated with Flyer Enterprises, UD’s student run business, to develop business practices centered around human rights and sustainability.
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Human Rights May 13, 2020
Independent Revolts: Women on UD’s Campus from 1968-1971

The early women’s rights movement at UD was led by activists like Lynn Brumfield, interviewed by Hannah Kratofil'20  and Alexandra Michalski'20 for their archival research on women’s movement on campus.

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Human Rights April 29, 2020
Beyond UD: 2019 Malawi Practicum Present at the University of Notre Dame Human Development Conference
In March, the 2019 Malawi Practicum cohort participated at the University of Notre Dame Human Development Conference. There, they shared their research on food security and nutrition in Sangilo village, in which Determined to Develop NGO is situated, and the surrounding area in Malawi’s Northern region.
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