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Continuing Education January 20, 2022
Alumni benefit from online faith classes
For alumni like Cheryl Fromholt, a lesson in faith motivated her to give back to others.
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President January 18, 2022
More Than a Trustee

When longtime, current University of Dayton trustee Mary Jo Scalzo died after a brief battle with cancer on Christmas day, we lost more than a valued member of our governing board.

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Libraries January 14, 2022
Reflection, Inquiry, Dialogue, Action
Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr., Ione Damasco calls the University community to study, discuss and take part in the continuing pursuit of equality, equity and social justice.
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Faith/Mission January 14, 2022
Meet the Staff: Mariam
This semester we are so excited to welcome Mariam Couri to the CCE staff! As a Teacher Education student, she is excited to help serve the Catholic community.
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International January 12, 2022
Congratulations to the 2022 COIL Faculty Fellows
2022 COIL Faculty Fellows at UD
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International January 12, 2022
MLK and the Civil Rights Movement’s Global Perspective
The Global Reach of MLK's Impact
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Campus and Community January 11, 2022
Life in the Yellow Duplex

A Q&A with the seniors living in Honors special interest housing on Stonemill Road this year.

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Campus and Community January 11, 2022
Our Chapel Replicated

A popular Nativity in the Marian Library contains a miniature homage to the University of Dayton's Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.

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President January 11, 2022
Elevating the Arts
If the walls could talk at the nearby Marion’s Piazza, I think they'd tell us a bit about why entrepreneur and philanthropist Roger Glass is such an avid supporter of the arts.
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Giving January 10, 2022
Reunion Giving for Growth

Reunion Weekend at UD is a fun time. Fellow Flyers reminisce about days on campus and talk about anything and everything from favorite professors to the best restaurant on Brown Street. Throw in a little talk about politics and COVID-19, and some might end up wondering how they ever got along so well. Dialogue can help and, thanks to One Day, One Dayton donors, more students, faculty and staff are learning how.

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