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Human Rights May 27, 2022
The Lethal and Lasting Impacts of Gun Violence in America
Recent mass shootings in New York, Texas and California underscore the profound human rights impacts of gun violence in America.
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Campus and Community May 27, 2022
Flyers — and Friends — for Life
A lot can happen in 50 years, good and bad. That's one of many reasons so many alumni look forward to Reunion Weekend.
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Faculty and Staff May 27, 2022
College Faculty in the News: May 27, 2022
News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues.
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Libraries May 27, 2022
Flowers from the Holy Land

Pressed, dried blossoms from sacred sites and places of pilgrimage provide inspiration and evoke reverence for nature.

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Faculty and Staff May 26, 2022
Danielle Poe named College of Arts and Sciences dean
Danielle Poe, acting dean since February, has more than two decades of experience with the University and was selected after a highly competitive search.
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Engineering May 26, 2022
School of Engineering Ethos Center expands work to deepen engagement in Dayton community

New leadership in the University of Dayton School of Engineering Ethos Center is deepening engagement in the Dayton community. This summer, about 15 UD students will work with 10 area organizations to connect their engineering skills with each organizations' needs and aspirations.

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Faculty and Staff May 25, 2022
University of Dayton senior balances mechanical engineering, music to find success in both

When it’s time to decompress, senior mechanical engineering major, Gabe Ferraiuolo, manages sound for one of six campus bands, practices an instrument or studies a variety of musicians as inspiration for his compositions — including one that recently received a national award. 

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Engineering May 24, 2022
A conversation with Jon Dekar ’11, inventor of the Obi Robot

Based on experiences with his grandfather, Jon Dekar, University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering alumnus, wanted to restore dignity to those unable to feed themselves for various reasons.

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Engineering May 23, 2022
University of Dayton team takes first place at IT Flies international flight simulation competition

On April 23, the University of Dayton Pelican Team members: Andrew Killian, Luke Duncan and Mauricio Hernandez came in first place with their aircraft design at the IT Flies international flight simulation competition.

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Law May 23, 2022
Anne-Marie Slaughter Law Graduation Speech: Lawyers As Healers?

It is important that you see yourselves, and you help others see you, as problem solvers.

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