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Research December 09, 2019
In research published in Nature, UD geologist contributes to global index of most important, threatened water towers

University of Dayton environmental geologist Umesh Haritashya is one of 32 international scientists who contributed to research published Dec. 9 in Nature that assessed and ranked the planet’s 78 mountain glacier-based water systems in order of their importance to adjacent lowland communities and vulnerability to future environmental and socioeconomic changes.

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Faith/Mission December 09, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: Dec. 9, 2019
During this second week of Advent, we are featuring resources for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
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Students and Campus Life December 08, 2019
A Seat at the Table: Table Tents Extend a Warm Welcome in Crowded Library

UD senior Dan Pearson engineers a new study table fixture at Roesch Library to promote a welcoming environment.

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Faith/Mission December 05, 2019
Nativity Scenes, UD and Pope Francis

What Nativity Scenes can teach us.

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Human Rights December 05, 2019
Visiting the Traumatic Legacies of War
Ben Schrader, project researcher for the Vietnam Legacies Project, reflects on his recent visit to Viet Nam and humanitarian activism and advocacy related to impacts of the Vietnam War.
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Career Development December 05, 2019
Bombeck Workshop Speakers

Emmy Award-winner Cathy Guisewite, creator of the iconic Cathy comic strip and an essayist, returns to her hometown to open the 2020 Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop, April 2-4, at the University of Dayton as part of its 20th anniversary.

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News December 04, 2019
Mary in the News: Dec. 4, 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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Campus and Community December 04, 2019
Nativity Sets Chosen by Volunteers
The 2019-20 At the Manger exhibit showcases their 'Labor of Love.'
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Sustainability December 03, 2019
Meeting sustainable development goals by gaining electricity access in poor countries
Until the fossil-fuel age started about 200 years ago, most people lived a bare existence; vulnerable to the whims of nature’s cycles. Beginning with the industrial revolution, but accelerating dramatically after World War II, the extraction and burning of fossil fuels for industry, heating, electricity and other applications helped raise people’s standard of living.
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Students and Campus Life December 03, 2019
Annual Art Exhibition

UHP gives students a chance to celebrate their creativity outside of an academic setting.

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