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Libraries April 16, 2021
"Oh, the Places UD Go": Decades of Photos

Archives student employee Emily Cordonnier '21 shares some favorite photos and moments in UD history.

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Students and Campus Life April 13, 2021
Stander Symposium 2021: Live, On Demand … and on the Porch

It's time for the annual showcase of student research, creativity, and discovery at UD: the Bro. Joseph W. Stander Symposium on Thursday, April 22, 2021. 

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Libraries April 12, 2021
Student Employee Appreciation Week: Total Teamwork

Student Employee Appreciation Week at UD is April 12-16. The library stays open and runs efficiently thanks to a dedicated workforce of undergraduate and graduate students.

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Libraries April 12, 2021
One Day of Giving for All Flyers

The University of Dayton Libraries support students, faculty and staff from all majors, departments and units. A gift of any size to the Libraries impacts the learning experience at University of Dayton, supports student success and strengthens faculty research.

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Libraries April 05, 2021
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: A Celebration of Cultures
University of Dayton Libraries launch an early observation of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with films, histories and other resources.
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Libraries April 05, 2021
Announcing the 2021 Library Award Winners
Congratulations to the 2021 Library Awards recipients: Jinyoung Lim, Mary Morber and Marie Pece.
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Libraries March 31, 2021
Welcome to Roesch Library: Nifty at 50
Celebrate Roesch Library's 50 years on campus with sweets, keepsakes and the success that comes from making the most of the resources, spaces and services in the University Libraries.
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Libraries March 26, 2021
Life on Brown Street, 1920

Bridget Retzloff and Heidi Gauder take readers on an interactive trip back in time to the Brown Street business district of the 1920s. 

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Libraries March 25, 2021
One Year Later: What We Learned From Teaching During the Pandemic

In the shift to remote learning, Libraries instruction faculty transformed their teaching with technology, flexibility, vulnerability and creativity.

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Libraries March 23, 2021
Central Women's Association: A Channel for Leadership, Action, Service

By uniting their voices in a new organization called the Central Women's Association, UD women in the mid-1940s sought to protect themselves "from becoming an unduly submerged minority" in a student body that was nearly 88 percent male.

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