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

International September 01, 2023
Students help create International Peace Museum exhibit on legacy of cluster bombs

University of Dayton human rights studies students working with Legacies of War helped create an exhibit at Dayton's International Peace Museum showing the legacy of cluster bombs in Laos, which also could be a foreshadowing for Ukraine.

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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."

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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.

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Faith/Mission May 23, 2023
Consultant to U.N., E.U. named University's Human Rights Center executive director

A distinguished scholar who has served as a consultant to the European Union and the United Nations, Natalie Florea Hudson '01 will become executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, effective June 16.

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Faith/Mission May 12, 2023
UD in the News May 6-12

Sinclair Broadcasting's National Desk, Catholic World Report and Our Sunday Visitor are among the national news outlets highlighting UD programs or faculty expertise. Local media featured UD's commencement exercises.

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Human Rights April 28, 2023
UD in the News April 22-28

Newsweek, Politifact, Spectrum News 1 Ohio and Sacred Heart Radio are among the national and regional news outlets tapping faculty expertise or highlighting UD programs.

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Faith/Mission April 24, 2023
East Meets West: Marian Library exhibits feature Ukrainian art of devotion, resistance

Ukrainian artwork and cultural artifacts highlighting themes of freedom, war, resistance and religious devotion will be on display in two free, public Marian Library exhibits beginning May 1.

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Engineering April 14, 2023
UD in the News April 7-14

preLaw magazine highlighted the School of Law in articles about master's programs and online education. WVXU-FM and Farm and Dairy featured engineering research. A publication in India highlighted Campus Ministry's Hanuman birthday celebration.

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Business April 10, 2023
UD in the News April 1-7

The Conversation, Commonweal and Agence France Press tapped faculty expertise. Regional and local media highlighted UD's Holy Week events, legal insight into the topics of the day, research and a student art exhibit.

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Research March 24, 2023
UD in the News March 18-24

The Conversation, Scripps News and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution highlighted UD faculty expertise. CBS Sports was among many media nationwide featuring the UD pep band playing for NCAA Tournament darling Fairleigh Dickinson.

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