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Faith/Mission October 05, 2022
In the Marianist tradition, Bergamo renews the spirit and expands the mind
For more than a half century, Bergamo's Center for Lifelong Learning has served Dayton and the world.
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Engineering October 05, 2022
New UD engineering program prepares students for entrepreneurship

Mechanical engineering student, Ryan Rotsching, always wanted to be an engineer. At the end of his first year, he questioned if his passion was a good fit. But exploring entrepreneurship in a new University of Dayton program for engineers provided him a spark.

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Faith/Mission October 05, 2022
A New Rosary Resource

Four videos on the mysteries of the rosary make use of imagery from the Marian Library, the U.S. Catholic Special Collection and the University of Dayton.

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October 04, 2022
2022 Summer Fellowships: Dandelion

This summer the HRC selected 13 Summer Fellows for work with partner organizations on human rights related issues. In this blog series, HRC summer fellows describe their experience working with partner organizations.

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Engineering October 03, 2022
Intel to enhance University of Dayton capability to prepare students for careers in semiconductor industry

Fourteen University of Dayton faculty and staff in six labs will be part of the Intel-funded Ohio-southwest Alliance on Semiconductors and Integrated Scalable Manufacturing to help develop a workforce for Ohio's semiconductor industry needs.

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Giving October 03, 2022
Helping Beyond Yourself

This past spring, junior marketing major Angela Crawford and other recipients of the Berry Family Scholarship learned more about the people who made it possible.

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Libraries September 30, 2022
Marion Stokes and a Collection Connection
A film and a recording legacy offers a discussion opportunity and PATH points
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Law September 30, 2022
School of Law Marks 100 Years Since Its Beginning

The law school first opened in the fall of 1922 and while that iteration of Dayton Law would only last a little more than 10 years, it laid the groundwork for what was to come later.

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Faith/Mission September 28, 2022
UD Connections inspire the study of Mary
It's likely that someone knows someone who graduated from the University of Dayton. Here's proof alumni networking works.
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Campus and Community September 28, 2022
National Science Foundation grant to help researcher develop low-cost, hand-held device to test, identify diseases, biohazards

A University of Dayton researcher, Swapnajit Chakravarty, associate professor of electro-optics and photonics, will lead a nearly half-million-dollar National Science Foundation project with the goal of developing a low-cost, hand-held device to test for and identify diseases and biohazards.

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