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Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Inclusive Excellence

The University of Dayton’s commitment to Inclusive Excellence is rooted in the Catholic and Marianist conviction that every person has innate dignity because all people are made in the image and likeness of God. Social or cultural discrimination is incompatible with God’s design. Efforts to create access and lead everyone to excellence through equity and inclusion emanate from the University of Dayton’s call to solidarity and the common good.

"The Heart Work"

This summer Kathleen Henderson '86 '93 and Beverly Jenkins '78 will each surpass an amazing 40 years in various administrative roles at the University of Dayton, where they have largely served students, doing what Kathleen calls "the heart work."

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Faculty and Staff

Historian of Black Catholic nuns joins University of Dayton faculty

In an upcoming book, a new associate professor of history at UD provides the first full history of Black Catholic nuns in the United States.

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President

'I Lead by Choosing Love'

In the spring issue of the University of Dayton Magazine, President Eric F. Spina writes about his admiration for the work of young alumni, including the 10 Under 10 honorees.

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In Person

09.20.22

Diversity and Inclusion

Dan Horan, OFM - Public Lecture (IESR)

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In Person

09.21.22

Diversity and Inclusion

Dan Horan, OFM - Faculty & Staff Forum (IESR)

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