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News Archive

News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Students April 12, 2024
UD in the News April 6-12

Local media featured our giving day and the Roger Glass Center for the Arts grand opening. The New York Times, Associated Press, USA TODAY, National Jurist and four national Catholic outlets are among those highlighting UD programs or expertise.

Humanities and Social Sciences October 06, 2023
UD in the News Sept. 29-Oct. 6

America, News Nation, The Conversation, The National Desk, WalletHub, Glam and several Ohio news outlets sought UD expertise about the issues of the day.

International June 02, 2023
UD in the News May 27-June 2

Local media featured the new medical building on Brown Street, the Human Rights Center's Vietnam Legacies Project and a Marian Library exhibit. The Sarasota, Florida, paper wrote about a gift for "life-changing international experiences."

Teacher Education May 26, 2023
UD in the News May 20-26

UD faculty and staff appeared in stories from the U.K. to New Zealand and, in the U.S., sea to shining sea. Locally, media highlighted activities at The Hub Powered by PNC Bank at the Dayton Arcade plus the generosity of donors to the University.

Giving May 22, 2023
Scholars selected for full law school tuition, $15,000 yearly stipend, post-grad job

Two students entering the University of Dayton School of Law this fall have earned full tuition, an annual $15,000 living expense stipend and a job following graduation through the University of Dayton School of Law's Flyer Legal Pathways Program.

Libraries May 19, 2023
$5 million gift to 'offer life-changing international experiences and learning'

As part of the University of Dayton's recently launched "We Soar" comprehensive campaign to raise $400 million to support student access, learning and success, UD alumna Deborah Flanagan Tobias '73 and her husband, Randall, have committed $5 million to "offer life-changing international experiences and learning for future generations of UD students." 

Diversity and Inclusion May 17, 2023
Community gathering celebrates Willis 'Bing' Davis Papers

The Dayton community celebrated internationally known artist, educator and community activist Willis "Bing" Davis' donation of his papers to the University of Dayton Libraries at a reception May 22 in Roesch Library.

President April 19, 2023
University of Dayton launches public phase of We Soar comprehensive campaign

At the University of Dayton, we don’t just fly….We Soar! The University is excited to kick-off the public phase of its first comprehensive campaign in more than 20 years.

Giving April 11, 2023
"One Day" like no other

The University of Dayton will recognize the impact of collective giving for students and the University with "One Day, One Dayton," its fifth-annual giving day Wednesday, April 19.

Giving April 10, 2023
Gift to endow faculty chair focused on capitalism's relationship to common good

Thomas W. Albrecht '76 and his wife, Ellen, have seen how free market capitalism and wealth creation can serve the common good, especially when examined through the lens of Catholic social teaching. Through their generosity, the Albrechts are establishing the Thomas W. Albrecht Chair in Capitalism and the Common Good in the University of Dayton School of Business Administration's economics and finance department to share those lessons with students and the public.