'Nobel for Math'

January 10, 2017

International, Students

1972 University of Dayton graduate Richard Schoen won the Wolf Prize in Mathematics, a top international prize that's among a trio often mentioned in the same breath as "a Nobel for math."


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.


What's Next for Colombia?

October 07, 2016

International

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work negotiating a peace deal with the rebel group FARC to end nearly six decades of war, a deal voted down by the Colombian people. And despite Santos saying a ceasefire agreement could end Oct. 31, reports indicate both Santos and FARC leader Timochenko still want peace. So why can't there be peace?


Cuba: A Lifetime of Passion

October 06, 2016

International

A new documentary film from University of Dayton historian Juan Santamarina and alumnus Glenn Gebhard explores Cuba’s difficult past and uncertain future — with a spotlight on the people affected today by the Cuban Revolution.


Diversity Abroad

October 05, 2016

International

The University of Dayton and Diversity Abroad have formed a partnership to help give underrepresented students access to life- and career-changing study-abroad opportunities in China.


Peace Observer

September 26, 2016

International

Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, will be part of a U.S. human rights delegation observing the Oct. 2 vote by the Colombian people on whether to accept the peace deal between the Colombian government and the rebel group FARC.


Global Learning

May 24, 2016

Campus and Community, International, Students

Where in the world are UD students this summer? Just about everywhere.


Soul of An Advocate

May 18, 2016

International

Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, a former advisor to the United Nations and coordinator of a project on human rights along the U.S.-Mexico border, will be the first executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center.


No Electricity, No Problem

May 03, 2016

Engineering, International, Students, Energy and Environment, Sustainability

University of Dayton engineering students won three awards at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., for a device they hope will one day operate without electricity and provide eco-friendly refrigeration in areas lacking reliable electricity or affordable solar power.


Entrepreneurship in China

January 14, 2016

International, Business

Two undergraduates from a university in China will travel to campus and compete for $65,000 in cash prizes in the final round of the University of Dayton’s 10th annual Business Plan Competition on March 5.

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