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Sustainability November 19, 2019
UD's Sustainability Program now part of Hanley Sustainability Institute

The University of Dayton’s Sustainability Program is now part of the Hanley Sustainability Institute, further illustrating a deepening, campus-wide commitment to sustainability issues and education. The College of Arts and Sciences remains the umbrella organization over both entities, but the academic program now lives within the institute, an organization founded in 2014 after a $12.5 million gift from George ’77 and Amanda Hanley.

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Service November 19, 2019
Students Provide Bikes to Kids at Kiser Elementary

Children from Kiser Elementary, a local Dayton public school, had a great day recently — filled with coloring, playing games and new bikes — thanks to a University of Dayton student organization.

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Service November 19, 2019
Who are the Dayton Civic Scholars?

Eva Schuller, a graduate assistant with the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community discusses the Dayton Civic Scholars program, as well as the impact it has on involved students and the Dayton community.

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Research November 18, 2019
Student engages with hands-on learning in genetic testing

Katie Parker has spent most of her four years at the University of Dayton searching for a chemical to minimize the effects of brain cancer.

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President November 18, 2019
Raising the Bar — and Passing It

“You cannot predict the future, but you can create it,” management consultant Peter Drucker once wrote. Dean Andy Strauss and faculty in the School of Law are quietly reinventing legal education, abandoning what has long been a cookie-cutter approach to educating lawyers and teaching the law.

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Faith/Mission November 18, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: Nov. 18, 2019
This week's focus is on the Presentation of Mary and her life.
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President November 17, 2019
Community Means — and Requires —Everyone

What does our oft-stated commitment to community really mean? It’s as simple as respecting the dignity of all people, as defined by their identity, their background, and their beliefs.

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Human Rights November 15, 2019
What Comes Next? Graduate Programs, Workshops, & Opportunities for Human Rights Studies Students

Many University of Dayton seniors are interested in continuing their human rights education beyond graduation. Learn more about a few of the innumerable human rights, development and peace studies graduate programs and opportunities offered around the country. 

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Sustainability November 15, 2019
Dinner in the Desert Kitchen fundraiser for Gem City Market is Dec. 6

The fourth annual art auction, can drive and multi-media exhibition to benefit the Gem City Market is from 6 to 9 p.m Friday, Dec. 6 at the Index Project Space, 1001 E. Second St., Suite 1000 in Dayton. The University of Dayton student-organized event is titled: Dinner in the Desert Kitchen IV: No Space like Home. Hanley Sustainability Institute (HSI), Gem City Market and Welcome Dayton are sponsoring the free, public event.

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Libraries November 14, 2019
Know Thy Staff: An Interview with an Information Technology Specialist
Amira Yousif is the University Libraries' most sought-after staff member for printing and computing support.
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