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Service March 22, 2019
Fitz Center Partners on $1M Grant

The University of Dayton Fitz Center for Leadership in Community will partner with Learn to Earn Dayton on a $1 million grant initiative to implement a student-centered blueprint for learning in schools throughout Montgomery County, Ohio.

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Sustainability March 20, 2019
UN Environmental Assembly
Rebecca Potter, director of the University of Dayton sustainability studies program and associate professor of English, was a panelist discussing sustainable education last week at the United Nations Environmental Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Career Development March 19, 2019
Career Camp

University of Dayton sophomores in the College of Arts and Sciences will learn how to effectively engage with prospective employers at “Career Camp,” a three-day program that provides intensive professional skills training and networking opportunities to prepare students for career success.

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Sciences March 18, 2019
Autonomous Systems Certificate

The University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences launched a graduate certificate program in autonomous systems to prepare industry professionals and master’s degree students to meet the growing demand for expertise in automated decision-making systems and artificial intelligence.

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Humanities and Social Sciences March 12, 2019
Words Renewed, Worlds Reimagined

The University of Dayton Department of English’s 17th annual LitFest will celebrate professor emeritus Herbert W. Martin, a nationally known poet, performer and scholarly expert on the late Dayton native Paul Laurence Dunbar — one of the first African-American poets to gain national recognition.

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Faculty March 11, 2019
College Faculty in the News: March 11, 2019
Professor Bill Trollinger, Department of History and director of the Core Program, discusses the long history of the Ku Klux Klan in Ohio. 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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Students and Campus Life March 08, 2019
UD Student Named Newman Civic Scholar
University of Dayton political science major Delali Nenonene has been selected for the esteemed Newman Civic Fellows program for his demonstrated leadership capacity and investment in solving public problems.
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Campus and Community March 05, 2019
The Dayton Corps

When University of Dayton senior Emily Wellmann isn’t in the classroom, she can be found playing Uno with youth at Daybreak, an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth.

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Fine and Performing Arts March 01, 2019
Performing Antiquity
A new book by a University of Dayton musicologist and dance historian spotlights the influence of a pioneering Dayton native on an ancient Greek music and dance revival in Paris during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Diversity and Inclusion February 28, 2019
Race and Ethnic Studies

The University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences established a new Race and Ethnic Studies program to support the study of race, ethnicity and indigeneity in the United States and around the globe.

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