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Office of Experiential Learning

Mission

Our unique Marianist approach to experiential learning means students engage in a rich abundance of hands-on learning opportunities in a collaborative, supportive community that values education of the whole person - mind, hands, and heart - in leadership and service for the common good.

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Get Involved

Check out some of these student resources to get involved in Experiential Learning (EL) in the Dayton Community. Apply for EL student stipends, schedule peer advising sessions and consultations, and look into our self-reflection guide. Learn about faculty projects happening around campus.

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Experiential Learning Catalog

The catalog describes the diverse EL programs including community-engaged learning, research, education abroad, faith and vocation programs, leadership and professional development programs, co-ops, internships, project-based learning and more.

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Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning Innovation Fund for Faculty

Call for proposals for Spring 2020 Courses.

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Sustainability 11.15.19
Dinner in the Desert Kitchen fundraiser for Gem City Market is Dec. 6

The fourth annual art auction, can drive and multi-media exhibition to benefit the Gem City Market is from 6 to 9 p.m Friday, Dec. 6 at the Index Project Space, 1001 E. Second St., Suite 1000 in Dayton. The University of Dayton student-organized event is titled: Dinner in the Desert Kitchen IV: No Space like Home. Hanley Sustainability Institute (HSI), Gem City Market and Welcome Dayton are sponsoring the free, public event.

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Sustainability 11.11.19
Brecha: A castle in the Austrian Alps is teaching sustainability lessons to tourists

What can a castle in the Austrian Alps contribute to a conversation about sustainability? I found out recently during a family gathering sponsored by my father-in-law. My wife’s family has known Ernst and Gerlinde Schrempf, the owners of the Schloss (Castle) Thannegg-Moosheim, for decades. I actually had been there many years ago.

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Human Rights 11.15.19
What Comes Next? Graduate Programs, Workshops, & Opportunities for Human Rights Studies Students

Many University of Dayton seniors are interested in continuing their human rights education beyond graduation. Learn more about a few of the innumerable human rights, development and peace studies graduate programs and opportunities offered around the country. 

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CONTACT

The Office of Experiential Learning

Roesch Library, Room 037
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469
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EL Lab Information

Learn more about our monthly experiential learning lab.

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