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Campus and Community September 19, 2019
Engaging in Dialogue about Racism/Antiracism at UD
This week, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, a professor of History and International Relations and the founding director of The Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University, visited the University of Dayton as the 2019 Inclusive Excellence Scholar.  A racist, he argued, is anyone who espouses ideas that assume the superiority or inferiority of one racial group over others or supports policies that create inequities among racial groups through their action or inaction.  Ultimately, racist policies must change if a more equitable society is to develop.  To provide a space for dialogue about these compelling ideas, the Dialogue Zone is hosting two sessions next week for people to come together and continue to examine Dr. Kendi’s arguments.
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September 17, 2019
It’s not a dumb question. We promise.

“I’m sure this is something really easy, but . . . “

“This is such a dumb question, I know . . .”

“I know I’m doing something wrong . . .”

So many calls and emails to the Office of eLearning start off this way, especially at the beginning of the semester when everything is an overwhelming overflow of information.

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Sustainability September 17, 2019
Sustainability at UD: A major opportunity

Emily Skill graduated in 2017 from the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in geology and a minor in sustainability, energy and the environment. She heard then that a major in sustainability may be in the works. This fall, it’s happening.

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Law September 17, 2019
Making the Most of Your Law School Summers
Law student Zion Savory walked away from his summer internship with more than just legal experience.
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Students and Campus Life September 17, 2019
Summer Institute Scholar

University of Dayton senior Willow Lopez participated in the 2019 Ralph Bunche Summer Institute where she focused on her research into sexual violence in U.S.-Mexico border communities, and was selected to present her work in August at the American Political Science Association conference in Washington, D.C.

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Libraries September 16, 2019
Celebrate the Roesch Refresh Project
All are invited to the blessing of Roesch Library on Friday, Sept. 27. Celebrate and explore the newly renovated first and second floors. Registration is requested but not required.
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Engineering September 16, 2019
Engineering Hosts Graduate Open House October 5

The University of Dayton, with over 50 graduate programs, is committed to providing a perfect fit for those looking to advance their careers.

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Sustainability September 16, 2019
Climate Action for Peace event, free concert Thursday

University of Dayton students, staff, faculty and others are invited to a PEACE DAYton panel and dialogue Thursday in the Kennedy Union ballroom. The 2019 UN International Day of Peace theme is Climate Action for Peace. Panelists, videos and resource sheets will highlight initiatives at UD, in the greater Dayton area and globally that are taking actions towards nonviolence and sustainability.

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Human Rights September 16, 2019
My Year in the Warm Heart: Reflections from a Malawi Graduate Fellow
Lauren Durnwald, a Graduate Assistant at the Human Rights Center, reflects on her year long journey in Malawi, Africa.
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News September 16, 2019
Mary in the News: Sept. 16, 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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