October 19-25 is Open Access Week, an international event to promote the exposure and use of scholarly research for the advancement of academia, science, industry, and society as a whole.
Porch Reads is a book club exclusively for undergraduate students at the University of Dayton. Benefits include free books, free food, lively discussions, and a chance at a $50 bookstore voucher.
September is National Piano Month and the Libraries has several special collections containing sheet music for piano and organ.
Need PATH points? Attend these upcoming Latino Americans: 500 Years of History events to receive housing point credit.
You’re thinking that book-banning isn’t really an issue in the good ol’ USA anymore, right? Well, get ready to have your patriotic feathers ruffled…
Human Rights Studies Online provides access to both primary and secondary source material associated with major human rights violations worldwide.
Finding journals online is now easier than ever.
See the gallery for a display of Bibles from UD's collections. It's a rare opportunity to connect scripture to art, history, education, the sciences, religious studies and more.
Welcoming. Friendly. Helpful. We strive to be these descriptive words and more while providing writing and research consultation services at the Knowledge Hub.
The University of Dayton will present films, lectures and public programs throughout the 2015-16 academic year to celebrate Latino Americans: 500 Years of History.