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Human Rights May 28, 2020
Creating a Diagnostic to Fund Civil Society Self-Reliance: Challenges and Lessons
As international donor funding recedes, civil society organizations in resource poor environments have struggled to remain financially viable. Additionally, over-reliance on a single or limited number of donors impedes CSOs’ ability to advocate for causes that are meaningful to their constituents and to act independently on initiatives which they value. This article is part of the "Next Generation in Thought Leadership" series.
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President May 28, 2020
Resilient
Less dedicated filmmakers might have shelved their project in the midst of a pandemic, but not these media production students who finished editing "Dayton's Darkest Summer: The Rise From Tragedy" remotely and premiered it not in a theatre but in a Zoom room. In its first week, thousands viewed the powerful film.
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Human Rights May 27, 2020
COVID-19 and Human Trafficking
The increased exploitation and trafficking of vulnerable persons is a major consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Libraries May 27, 2020
Summer of Citations: Introduction to Citation Management 
Starting a new research project? Trying to organize existing research? Kick off the summer by learning more about citation management.
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May 26, 2020
Lighting a Path for Others
Jamel Gross-Cassel ’20 has been estranged from all of his relatives, including his nine older siblings and parents, for six years. College wasn’t even in the picture for Jamel growing up, but his high school guidance counselor talked him into at least applying to schools that didn’t require an application fee.
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Faculty May 26, 2020
College Faculty in the News: May 26, 2020

Assistant Professor Julie Walsh Messinger, Department of Psychology, has spoken to local media about her contributions to a crowdsourced international survey of COVID-19 patients. Researchers are looking for evidence of a link between the virus and the loss of smell, taste and chemesthesis. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

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Campus and Community May 26, 2020
Connecting with the Community
Marian Library continues essential services and more for UD faculty and students.
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News May 26, 2020
Mary in the News: May 26, 2020

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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Human Rights May 26, 2020
Moral Courage Project Goes Remote
After a semester of prepping for in-person fieldwork in Appalachia, and Detroit and Flint, Michigan, the Moral Courage Project on access to clean water switches gears to remote fieldwork in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Faith/Mission May 25, 2020
Weekly Marian Features: May 25, 2020

Resources on the topic of Mary and the Holy Spirit, Queen of Apostles novena and more.

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