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President December 14, 2019
Serve First. Lead Second.
University of Dayton President Eric Spina shares words of advice from the Class of 2019 in his remarks at winter commencement.
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Engineering December 13, 2019
Mother Teresa's Influence Continues to Inspire University of Dayton Engineers

My mother met Mother Teresa and often spoke of her. My brothers and I were reminded to never forget the less fortunate. During my time at UD, I became unsettled and started to question if I was being called to serve as Mother Teresa did but with an engineering degree.

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Human Rights December 13, 2019
Criminal Accountability in Myanmar
The International Court of Justice began hearings this week in a case against Myanmar for its perpetration of genocide of the Rohingya Muslims. As the international community continues to pursue accountability for genocidal acts in Myanmar, it will be important to develop a sustainable, post-conflict judiciary in Myanmar by looking to transitional justice mechanisms in past post-genocide contexts.
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Libraries December 13, 2019
Advent Calendars
Opening windows into the art of Advent.
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Engineering December 13, 2019
Personal tragedies can't keep Josh Biris from graduation day, GE Aviation operations management leadership program

"It could be worse," University of Dayton senior Josh Biris said during the first week of December, near the anniversaries of his parents' deaths. "I could have given up after their passing, but that's not what my parents wanted for me. They wanted me to finish college. They wanted me to succeed and become something. I did it for them."

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Faith/Mission December 13, 2019
Being Advent People...for Life
Understanding the breadth and depth of the meaning of Advent.
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Engineering December 12, 2019
Emerson Helix Innovation Scholarship Awarded to Outstanding University of Dayton Students

Five University of Dayton students — including three engineering majors — were recently awarded the Helix Innovation Scholarship from Emerson for demonstrating excellence in creative thinking, innovation and problem-solving.

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Sciences December 12, 2019
Geology faculty open mini-museum for the community
It might be hard to imagine, but the Dayton area was once submerged under a vast tropical ocean.
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December 11, 2019
Changing Course! (Pun Intended)

In Fall 2018, the Provost’s Office, Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center, and CAP Office launched a new grant program – CAP Course Improvement and Innovation: Post 4-Year Review – to support faculty who are working to improve some aspect of their CAP course related to insights gleaned during the review process. Associate Professor of History Haimanti Roy provided the following description of her grant project for HST 339.

 

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Libraries December 11, 2019
UD Arena Has Star-Studded Musical History
Big-name acts packed UD Arena for shows throughout the 1970s and '80s.
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