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IACT: Creativity for Tomorrow

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Campus and Community July 16, 2021
IACT is on the Move!
Although the "T" in IACT usually stands for the way we transform our students, occasionally, we transform another facet of our work. Effective August 1st, IACT will be relocating from ArtStreet to room 401 of Roesch Library. The Brook Center for Empowerment and Wellbeing will relocate from Gosiger Hall to the ArtStreet complex, serving as a wellbeing hub in the heart of the student neighborhood.
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Career Development July 06, 2021
The GEM Sparks Collab Between Brixilated and Dayton Sprouts
The GEM at the Hub was designed to be a space that allowed creative collaboration to thrive between community members and University of Dayton students. We started to bring in some of the people that we saw best demonstrating growth-mindset in the Dayton area and let them go to work. Turns out, whenever you bring a room full of creative collaborators together, the results are pretty incredible!
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Career Development January 15, 2021
Skills for the Future: Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is, well, critical for success in any line of work. To think critically means having the capacity to reason logically and rigorously - and it’s one of the applied creativity micro-credentials from Education Design Lab being offered through UD’s Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT).

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Career Development December 11, 2020
Skills for the Future: Creative Problem Solving

Creative problem solving is one of the skills that employers view as most critical for future career success. It means that you have  the capacity to address complex problems in new and innovative ways - and it’s one of the applied creativity micro-credentials from Education Design Lab being offered through UD's Institute of Applied Creativity (IACT).

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Career Development November 30, 2020
Skills for the Future: Collaboration

Collaboration includes the capacity to work productively with different individuals and groups towards a common goal, and it’s one of the applied creativity micro-credentials from Education Design Lab being offered through UD's Institute of Applied Creativity (IACT).

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Students and Campus Life May 21, 2020
DRIVE Thru: Mary Clare Corrigan

Mary Clare Corrigan is a mechanical engineering major going into her Senior year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE thru, MC speaks on vulnerability, Dolphin Tale, and 360 degrees of reciprocation one prosthetic at a time.



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Students and Campus Life May 13, 2020
DRIVE Thru: Evan Krimpenfort

Evan Krimpenfort is a computer engineering major and IACT certificate student going into his Senior year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE thru, Evan speaks on trusting oneself, growing into partnerships, and the power of creating "bridges to inspiration."



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Students and Campus Life April 28, 2020
DRIVE Thru: Brandy Lynch

Brandy Lynch is an international studies major going into her Senior year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE thru, Brandy speaks on trust, the opioid crisis, and her right to make her own decisions.



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Students and Campus Life April 16, 2020
DRIVE Thru: Amari Spears

Amari Spears is an Education major in his third year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE thru, Amari reflects on how far he's come as a human since high school, the influence that his parents have had on his life, and his dream to open a school.



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Students and Campus Life April 16, 2020
DRIVE Thru: Anna Mumma

Anna Mumma is a Sociology/Criminal Justice double  major going into her Senior year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE thru, Anna speaks on how the "hen party" has influenced her, how her talents best serve the world, and the internal decisions it will take to go to Law School.



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