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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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Engineering October 17, 2019
Chemical Engineering Student Explores Research Career through CoRPs Program and Wins Award

Junior chemical engineering student, Taylor McCarthy, could not be happier with her decision to spend  her summer conducting research through the University of Dayton Integrative Science and Engineering Center’s Summer CoRPs (Collaborative Research Projects) Program.

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Faith/Mission October 16, 2019
Retreats and Religious Sisters
Recent Lalanne grad Laura Antel reflects on her mission integration project, which is retreats for her 5th and 6th grade students focusing on communities of Religious Sisters.
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Engineering October 15, 2019
Experiential Learning at the University of Dayton

After working for four work terms with Midmark Corporation, a global manufacturer and supplier of healthcare products and equipment, headquartered in Dayton, Bridget Dues has accepted a full-time engineering position with the company.

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Fine and Performing Arts October 15, 2019
First-Year Arts Immersion links humanities courses to Dayton Philharmonic concert

The First-Year Arts Immersion is a distinctive part of the University of Dayton experience, linking humanities coursework to an off-campus ballet, opera or symphonic concert in partnership with the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance.

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Sustainability October 14, 2019
'Funky' fundraiser highlights HSI's partnership with Co-op Dayton

Co-op Dayton brands itself as the non-profit incubator for worker- and community-owned cooperative businesses that build a more resilient, inclusive economy in Dayton. The group, which supports the Gem City Market, is a community partner of the Hanley Sustainability Institute and other sustainability efforts at the University of Dayton.

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Libraries October 14, 2019
Our Lady's Rosary Makers
Some tidbits for October — Archives Month and the Month of the Rosary.
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Human Rights October 14, 2019
UD students contribute to high-level U.N. report
A high-level United Nations-supported Global Alliance report presented in July to U.N. member states included research conducted during the 2019 spring semester by six University of Dayton international studies majors as part of their senior capstone course.
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Faith/Mission October 14, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: Oct. 14, 2019
Select articles on the Rosary and the Schoenstatt movement.
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President October 10, 2019
UD Arena: Where We Fly Together

Stepping over cables and sidestepping ladders, I toured the University of Dayton Arena this week with Athletic Director Neil Sullivan, who predicts a victorious finish for the three-year, $76.2 million transformation.

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