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Sustainability June 21, 2021
Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability Alumni Update

Seven BEES alumni reminisced about a field trip from the fall of 2019, where students cleaned up the Little Miami River at John Bryan State Park, and decided to give the State Park another visit, on April 14, 2021.

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Students and Campus Life April 06, 2021
Visiting the CORE Integrated Learning-Living Community in 2020-2021

Notwithstanding the challenges of the pandemic, it has been quite the year in the Core Program.

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Campus and Community March 30, 2021
Experiencing the Women in Science and Engineering ILLC, Covid-19 Style

The University of Dayton's Women in Science and Engineering Integrated Learning-Living Community adapted and thrived during a pandemic in the 2020-21 academic year.

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Students and Campus Life March 23, 2021
Women in Science and Engineering – Fall 2020 Update

Students in the Women in Science and Engineering Integrated Learning-Living Community describe fall activities and share their views on living in community with fellow students.

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Students and Campus Life March 22, 2021
Business Ethics and Environmental Sustainability – Fall 2020 Update

COVID-19 protocols did not prevent the BEES from swarming this fall. Bike rides along the river—in cohorts smaller than 10 persons—enabled students to visit Dayton’s archeological site Sun Watch (which was abandoned by Fort Ancient Native Americans in after a rapid period of resource depletion) and see the area’s landfill and sewage treatment plant…from a healthy distance.

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Students and Campus Life February 07, 2020
Core Integrated Studies Program welcomes 94 new students in fall 2019

Fall semester brought new experiences for many first-year students beginning with attendance at the annual First Year Arts Immersion.

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Students and Campus Life February 06, 2020
Students in the Business, Ethics and Environmental Sustainability community enjoy fall 2019 events
The new BEES took advantage of September's warm weather to flit from one outdoor event to another. Attendance at two baseball games - a Clodbuster (1860s baseball) game) and the Dayton Dragon’s final game of the season - provided a backdrop for a guest lecture by Tony Capizzi (the Dayton lawyer most responsible for bringing the minor league team to the city at the turn of the century). His talk revealed the role of the Dragons in jumpstarting the rejuvenation of Dayton’s downtown, what economists term "positive spillover."
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Campus and Community March 01, 2019
The Curiosity in the Classroom Experience

CIC coordinator Said Elhamri (PHY) recently received a note from a student from his fall 2018 class which perfectly describes the spirit in which the ILLC was designed.

 

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Students and Campus Life February 28, 2019
Exploring the Great Miami with BEES
This year’s students in the Business, Ethics and Environmental Sustainability (BEES) community spotted some wildlife while rafting on the Little Miami River.
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Students and Campus Life February 07, 2019
WISE Cookout 2018
The WISE ILLC cookout on August 26 was a huge success.
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