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Career Development

Fundraiser vs. Institution Builder: A Preferred Leadership Profile for Catholic Schools- Part 1

In this three-part series, Bob Regan discusses the most effective traits in a transformational school leader.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Capitol Hill Connections

Visiting Washington, D.C., as part of the University of Dayton’s first “Dayton2DC” cohort in 2013 helped alumnus Dylan Moore ’15 launch his career on Capitol Hill, where he is now a legislative assistant to U.S. Rep. Larry Bucshon of Indiana.

Experiential Learning

River Mobile

Take a peek inside the River Mobile to learn about...rivers!!!


What is a Mary Garden?

If you are not familiar with Mary Gardens, perhaps you’re curious about the significance behind this special kind of garden and the history behind the movement.

Experiential Learning

Hire A Flyer

With the many different entry-level jobs at the University of Dayton there is bound to be something for you no matter your level of employment or experience...


Weekly Features: March 27, 2017

As we continue to highlight resources for Lent, we also add the Holy Kindred, Cedar of Lebanon and Mary's Sainthood.


Faculty in the News: March 24, 2017

Our faculty share their insights and expertise with local, national and international media outlets. Here are highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary

Students and Campus Life

Sisterhood of the Traveling Scarf

This March, scarves are connecting about 100 University of Dayton women students, faculty, and staff across campus. Each woman spends a day with the scarf before meeting another woman and sharing the scarf with her. After this exchange, each woman reflects on her experience. This is the second post in a series.

Students and campus life


Expressing my gratitude for this school and the people in it.


To See As God Sees

I might look into darkness and fear the night; God sees the moon and sends its light to bless and guide me

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