Continuing to Grow

February 22, 2018

Faith/Mission, Sustainability, Students

The University of Dayton Hanley Sustainability Institute, Mission of Mary Cooperative and East End Community Services will plant a fruit orchard at Lincoln Hill Gardens thanks to a $9,800 gift from Vectren. The expansion continues to build on the Institute's successes in its three years.


Briefly Speaking

February 21, 2018

Human Rights, Fine and Performing Arts, Faith/Mission, Faculty and Staff, Libraries, Business

New academic certificate prepares students for global work environment. Upcoming events focus on art, music and professional development.


Human Rights Week

February 16, 2018

Human Rights, Faith/Mission, Students

The University of Dayton's Human Rights Week, a student-organized week of events to raise awareness of human rights issues around the world, will focus on the criminal justice system.


UD in the News Feb. 9-16

February 16, 2018

Faculty and Staff, Business, Campus and Community, Law, Technology, Faith/Mission, Diversity and Inclusion

A national outlet covering politics turned to a University of Dayton political scientist for expertise and local media highlighted a University vice president's inclusion as one of the "Top 10 African American Men" in the Dayton community.


Educational Leadership

February 15, 2018

Teacher Education

The University of Dayton School of Education and Health Sciences welcomes current and aspiring educators across the country to apply to its online Master of Science in Education (MSE) in Educational Leadership.


Cyber-Mindfulness

February 13, 2018

Technology, Campus and Community

The Center for Global Enterprise Global Scholars program and the University of Dayton Center for Cybersecurity & Data Intelligence will host a free, public, one-hour webinar on "Educating for Cyber-Mindfulness" at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 8.


A Dream(er) to teach

February 12, 2018

Faith/Mission

They are Dreamers, refugees and other men and women who have returned to their native countries or been deported from the U.S. Today, while their futures may seem uncertain, they have a new opportunity: to earn a certificate from the University of Dayton that will allow them to teach English as a foreign language and create a pathway to a new life.


UD in the News Feb. 3-9

February 09, 2018

Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion, Science, UDRI, Human Rights, Business, Faculty and Staff, Research, Technology, Students, Engineering, Law

'Diverse Issues in Higher Education' highlighted our new executive director of the Office Multicultural Affairs, 'Fortune' ran commentary from law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister and law student Jessica Bernard; and leading Catholic magazine 'America' tapped Bill Portier, Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology, to discuss challenges for Catholic ministry in Appalachia.


'A Case for Kindness'

February 07, 2018

Faith/Mission

University of Dayton Campus Ministry encourages all to "Make A Case for Kindness during Lent," which begins Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14.


'Let Us Become Known'

February 05, 2018

Faculty and Staff, Students

President Eric F. Spina urged this during his inauguration address, and more than 100 faculty, staff and students stepped up during the 2016-17 academic year to help share our accomplishments and expertise through some of the world's most visible media outlets.

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