Briefly Speaking

January 12, 2017

Catholic, Students, Campus and Community, Business, Hot Topics

Navigating college financial aid forms, race relations, 'Ferguson Voices,' business leadership, Marian art among upcoming University of Dayton events.

October In the News

November 08, 2016

Faculty, Hot Topics, Campus and Community

October was a banner month for the University of Dayton in the news.

Protecting Our Youth

November 02, 2016

Culture and Society, Hot Topics

The University of Dayton's Human Rights Center and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Human Trafficking Commission are providing Ohio schools, youth counselors, after-school programs and anti-human trafficking organizations with a free online manual for developing anti-human trafficking education for children.

Search for Answers

October 24, 2016

Hot Topics, International

Three representatives of parents of 43 missing Mexican college students will visit the University of Dayton Tuesday, Nov. 1, to discuss how U.S. policies on free trade, the drug war and immigration affect human rights in Mexico.

Enhancing Cybersecurity

September 29, 2016

Hot Topics

The University of Dayton is among an alliance receiving a grant from the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to address the nation's shortage of skilled cybersecurity employees.

Moral Courage in Ferguson

September 21, 2016

Hot Topics, Research, Students

'Push yourself outside of your comfort zone and ask questions because you may not get the answer you thought. But regardless of what you do get, you’ll find truth.' Those are the words of University of Dayton student Francesca Chaba after she returned from a Human Rights Center project May 12-27 in Ferguson, Missouri, to examine, study and collect examples of moral courage.

Righting America

June 20, 2016

Culture and Society, Faculty, Hot Topics

A new book by two University of Dayton faculty is attracting attention for its examination of Answers in Genesis' Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, the rise of creationism in America and the role of the museum in supporting the politics of the Christian right.

Fracking Fault Lines

March 08, 2016

Energy and Environment, Law, Hot Topics

State courts and legislators should declare hydraulic fracturing and the underground injection of fracking wastewater to be "abnormally dangerous" activities in order to hold companies strictly liable for damages caused by induced earthquakes, University of Dayton environmental law professor Blake Watson contends in a article he wrote for 'Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law.'

Everything is Connected

February 23, 2016

Hot Topics, Catholic, Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Energy and Environment

Internationally recognized theologians, ethicists, economists and scientists will discuss the vision of environmental interconnection in Pope Francis' encyclical 'Laudato Si' and his call to action to the world during an upcoming University of Dayton conference.

The Face of Mercy

February 09, 2016

Campus and Community, Catholic, Hot Topics

University of Dayton Campus Ministry encourages all to seek the face of mercy during Lent, which begins Ash Wednesday, Feb. 10.

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