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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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Libraries September 13, 2022
Tomie dePaola Manuscripts

Original drawings and notes of the beloved children's book author and illustrator are on display in Roesch Library.

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International July 19, 2022
A Journey Towards Being a Culturally Responsive and Emotionally Resilient Educator
UD Teacher Ed in London program provides experiential learning encouraging thoughtful exploration. Veronica Bernacki reflects on how her CAP DSJ (EDT 340: Educating Diverse Student Populations in Inclusive Settings) coursework, centered around diversity, inclusion, and trauma-informed practice in a new place, gifted her with a more interculturally effective teaching approach.
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Libraries March 23, 2022
Announcing the 2022 Library Award Winners
Congratulations to the 2022 Library Awards recipients: Lauren Durham, Laxmi Vaka and Ally Kaiser.
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Giving March 01, 2022
One Day to Impact UD in So Many Ways

The late dean of the School of Business Administration, John Mittelstaedt, was a true advocate for University of Dayton students. He led the call for One Day, One Dayton donations to the SBA Dean’s Fund for Excellence because the SBA was in great need of expanding its student advising center.

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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 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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Faculty and Staff February 04, 2022
Scholar of theology, race joins University of Dayton faculty as Spearin Chair
A nationally recognized scholar of Black Catholicism in America, race and religion, and 20th-century Catholic theology, Dr. Joseph Flipper recently joined the University of Dayton faculty as the Mary Ann Spearin Endowed Chair in Catholic Theology.
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Libraries January 31, 2022
Marvelous Catholic Schools

In observation of Catholic Schools Week Jan. 30-Feb. 5, Marian Library faculty and staff give tribute to educators, administrators and staff in Catholic Schools and share photos of items in the Juvenile Collection.

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Faith/Mission January 30, 2022
Catholic Schools Week Reflection
"Catholic education is above all a question of communicating Christ, of helping to form Christ in the lives of others.” Pope Saint John Paul II
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