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Campus and Community November 21, 2019
Presenting to Flyers feels like coming home
ALC was an opportunity not only for students to connect with alumni but also for alums to get insight on new campus programs.
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Law November 21, 2019
The Trials You Can't Prepare For
Shannon Villalba '10 went from artist to litigator but found her toughest challenge outside the courtroom.
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Humanities and Social Sciences November 21, 2019
Humorist-in-Residence winners announced

Liz Kozak, a work-from-home mom and budding screenwriter from Oak Park, Illinois, longs to hole up in a hotel room and write a satirical screenplay about female friendships.

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Libraries November 21, 2019
Cataloging Myriad Materials and Myriad Languages in the Marian Library
Libraries discover wealth of linguistic familiarity among faculty, staff, students; outside experts and libraries providing cataloging consultation, too.
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News November 20, 2019
Mary in the News: Nov. 21, 2019

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also, see International Marian Research Institute as well as Marian Library news and updates.

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Sustainability November 20, 2019
From rural Ohio to West Dayton to India: Food security a passion for UD senior
Emily Shanahan grew up on a 135-acre farm in Hillsboro, Ohio, where her family grew corn and soybeans. That background, combined with a 2018 semester of service at the Dakota Center and an Honors Program trip to India this summer, crystallized her passion to work in food security.
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Humanities and Social Sciences November 20, 2019
Light Your Path: The UD Department of Psychology

The University of Dayton offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in psychology that prepare students for a wide range of careers, graduate schools or service. Department of Psychology Chair Lee Dixon discusses how pursuing a psychology degree at UD can help you find the path that suits you best.

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Sustainability November 19, 2019
UD's Sustainability Program now part of Hanley Sustainability Institute

The University of Dayton’s Sustainability Program is now part of the Hanley Sustainability Institute, further illustrating a deepening, campus-wide commitment to sustainability issues and education. The College of Arts and Sciences remains the umbrella organization over both entities, but the academic program now lives within the institute, an organization founded in 2014 after a $12.5 million gift from George ’77 and Amanda Hanley.

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Service November 19, 2019
Students Provide Bikes to Kids at Kiser Elementary

Children from Kiser Elementary, a local Dayton public school, had a great day recently — filled with coloring, playing games and new bikes — thanks to a University of Dayton student organization.

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Service November 19, 2019
Who are the Dayton Civic Scholars?

Eva Schuller, a graduate assistant with the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community discusses the Dayton Civic Scholars program, as well as the impact it has on involved students and the Dayton community.

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