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Libraries October 21, 2019
Newest Issue of ‘Marian Studies’ Now Available
Volume 66 includes articles on the Blessed Mother as a model for married life, family life, church life, catechesis and consecrated life.
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October 21, 2019
A Beautiful Experience. A Beautiful Place
How do you describe your first visit to the UD campus?
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Faculty October 21, 2019
UD physicist develops model that predicts Arctic ice melt
A new study co-published by a University of Dayton physicist offers a model to better predict the effects of climate change on Arctic sea ice. Their discovery, which is gaining attention from popular science and technology publications such as Scientific American, Physics World and WIRED, could improve climate models for predicting ice loss in the Arctic.
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President October 21, 2019
Finding Your Path

They describe themselves as "a storyteller" and "a coach," but Dr. Westina Matthews Shatteen '70 '74 and Alan Shatteen '69 are trailblazers, too.

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Faith/Mission October 21, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: Oct. 21, 2019
The Rosary and the family, plus other articles selected for the month of the Rosary.
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Libraries October 18, 2019
Roesch Releases: Browse the Newest Books, E-books, More

A new interactive tool showcases new resources available in the University Libraries.

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Campus and Community October 18, 2019
Fitz Center for Leadership in Community
As a Marianist and Catholic university, we are called to more than service. We are called to learning. We are called to leadership. We are called to justice. We are called to build community.
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President October 18, 2019
Full Circle

John, Shirley, and Chuck Berry didn’t graduate from the University of Dayton, but sometimes friends become a part of the family. They’ve just committed $5 million to create the new Berry Family Scholarship Program for honors students, the latest in a long line of generous gifts. What inspires them to support our students and programs with such joyous generosity?

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Human Rights October 17, 2019
Technology and the Second Wave of Social and Political Movements
Cali Anne Cleaves, a University of Dayton law student, shares insights from global social activist and academic Zeynep Tufekci’s Social Practice of Human Rights 2019 keynote address on technology’s role in the Hong Kong protests and the future of contemporary social movements.
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Sustainability October 17, 2019
UD named a Bicycle Friendly University
The University of Dayton was honored as a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists. The award is in recognition of promoting and enabling safe, accessible bicycling on campus. UD is one of just seven Ohio campuses and 208 colleges and universities nationally to earn the Bicycle Friendly University distinction.
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