Training Tuesday Tip: Inserting Text into Word

March 20, 2018

Learn how to insert text into Microsoft Word with just two clicks!

What a Student Can Teach You About Cybersecurity

March 07, 2018

Student shares top lessons learned in UD's Cybersecurity and Communication course.

Part 1: Comm Prof on Cybersecurity Training

March 06, 2018

Part one of a series that will explore the communication field's role in IT practices.

Training Tuesday Tip: Test Your Hoonuit Skills

March 06, 2018

Who would've thought you could assess your Hoonuit skills? Learn how!

'Ghana Guys' Build Cultural Connections Through ETHOS

March 02, 2018

The Ghana Guys, Tom Tappel and Mark Rasmussen, built intercultural connections while working on improving Ghana’s land security issue through The ETHOS Center at the University of Dayton.

Is Your Organization Cyber-Mindful™?

February 28, 2018

Social engineering ploys are now the biggest threat to your organization's cybersecurity. Adopting a Cyber-Mindful™ approach in cybersecurity training can mitigate these risks.

Engineering Students Work Across Disciplines to Address Dayton Opioid Epidemic

February 28, 2018

The University of Dayton's GEMnasium is a creative space that marries chain link walls with nightclub lighting and a dash of yoga studio Zen where students, faculty, staff and community partners work together on innovative solutions for the common good.

Training Tuesday Tip: Adding World Clock on Google Calendar

February 27, 2018

It's training time... Learn how to add a world clock to your Google Calendar!

Training Tuesday Tip: Drawing Straight Lines in Microsoft

February 20, 2018

Drawing straight lines in Microsoft Office isn't straightforward, but you can learn how with this tip!

Perspectives on Experiential Learning

February 19, 2018

University of Dayton senior Allyson Pacifico received a full-time job offer from Indianapolis-based information technology company Appirio after showcasing her educational experiences at the University with a video she produced through the Office of Experiential Learning.

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