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Vocation at UD

Vocation at UD

Vocation is more than an Institutional Learning Goal at UD.  Faculty, staff, and students across the university collaborate in vocation conversations, workshops, events and educational programs designed to guide all members of the UD community through a process of vocational discernment. 

The University's efforts are built around a shared understanding of vocation as "Answering a call to discover one’s unique gifts and employ them in service for the common good in ways that are personally satisfying and bring meaning to one’s life” (Language of Vocation at UD, 2017).

Experiential Learning

Vocation Perspectives: Adrienne Ausdenmoore

Adrienne Ausdenmoore, the founding director of the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) is the first voice for our new blog series "Vocation Perspectives."

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Vocation in Curriculum

Learn how UD integrates vocational exploration into curriculum at all levels, from first-year experience courses and experiential learning to co-curriculum in University centers and programs.

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Vocation Resources

The University of Dayton offers a range of resources to help faculty and staff interested in addressing vocation in the courses and/or programs they deliver.

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CONTACT

Vocation Implementation Team


300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469
go.udayton.edu/vocation
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