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Libraries January 27, 2021
Basic Communication Course Annual releases Volume 33
New volume has 12 peer-reviewed research articles on learning, leading and teaching basic communication in the popular and often required college course.
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Human Rights January 27, 2021
2005 Romero Award Winner, Juan Guzmán Tapia, dies

We honor the life of Juan Guzmán Tapia, a fearless human rights advocate for justice in Chile, who was awarded the Romero Human Rights Award from the University of Dayton in 2005.

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President January 27, 2021
Pulling Through — By Pulling Together
In an assembly line operation in the RecPlex staffed largely by campus volunteers, between 500 and 600 students daily are receiving a COVID-19 test and result before they unpack their bags and move back into their residences.
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Law January 26, 2021
Two Dayton Law Students Compete in Diversity Case Competition

The two 1Ls got a chance to put into practice what they’ve learned so far in law school.

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Faculty January 26, 2021
College Faculty in the News: January 26, 2021

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. This media coverage highlights the service, research and scholarship taking place in the College of Arts and Sciences. Find links to a number of recent stories below.

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Experiential Learning January 25, 2021
A House is Not Built in One Day
Samuel Attea ’22 reflects on how courses in the Common Academic Program prepared him to partake in a Flyer Consulting project for Fundacion Raiz in Ecuador.
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News January 25, 2021
Mary in the News: Jan. 25, 2021

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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Fine and Performing Arts January 25, 2021
University of Dayton ArtsLIVE series returns with “Virtual Vanguard” concerts

The 21st century has seen many innovations, and thanks to COVID-19, many challenges. For musicians and their audiences, both difficulties and technological advances have combined to create “virtual performances.

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Sustainability January 25, 2021
‘Dayton Sprouts’ food literacy program wins $50,000 grant; co-authors from UD wrote application for city

A city of Dayton program to educate children about the importance of living a healthy and sustainable lifestyle recently won a $50,000 grant from the United States Conference of Mayors. The grant for Dayton Sprouts, part of the Childhood Obesity Prevention/Environmental Health and Sustainability Awards, was written for the city by University of Dayton graduates Meg Maloney and Sarah Richard. It was one of nine grants awarded nationally by the mayors’ conference and the American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America (ABFHA). “Each week, we will have a different theme and activities that will go with that theme,” Maloney said. “At the beginning of camp, each child will receive a passport which is an activity booklet that will help guide them through the program throughout the summer."

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Faith/Mission January 25, 2021
Weekly Marian Features: Jan. 25, 2021

This week we offer some early prep for the Presentation of the Lord in the Temple, as well as a reflection on Saint Joseph, resources on Saint Giovanni Bosco and more.

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