News releases older than 2005 can be found at the University's eCommons site.


Praised Be: Caring for Creation

June 15, 2015

Faith/Mission, Sustainability

Faculty experts in theology, Catholic history, the pope, Catholic social teaching and other topics are available to discuss "Praised Be," the pope's encyclical on the environment.


A Tremendous Run

December 09, 2014

President, Campus and Community

Daniel J. Curran, the first lay president in University history, announced plans to step down in June 2016 after presiding over an era of unprecedented growth.


Fire Prevention Week

October 03, 2014

Health

The University of Dayton will hold two free, public events that aim to help students, faculty, staff and Dayton-area families stay safe in the event of a fire.


If Pay Equity Won Championships

March 21, 2014

Athletics

The Dayton Flyers are an easy pick to win it all - if you let coaches' pay equity among men's and women's teams be your guide.


Putin and Ukraine

March 13, 2014

Faculty and Staff, International

Political scientist Jaro Bilocerkowycz explains Russian President Vladimir Putin's actions in Ukraine.


Life Lessons

February 27, 2014

Teacher Education, Students, Business

One of UD's most successful graduates, now a senior executive with Ford Motor Company, will share his story with prospective students.


Bright STARS

February 19, 2014

Campus and Community, Sustainability

The University earned a silver rating in a national higher education sustainability rating system for its sustainability achievements.


An Elite Partner

February 07, 2014

Campus and Community, Business

CNBC has been named official media sponsor of the RISE 14 student investment forum, with plans to broadcast live from the March 27 event.


Highly Sought Grads

February 03, 2014

Business, Teacher Education, Students, Engineering

Ninety-six percent of spring and summer 2013 undergraduates report being employed, pursuing an advanced degree or participating in a service program.


Stopping an Invader

October 18, 2013

Sustainability, Science

Autumn is the best time to kill the invasive Amur honeysuckle, a foreign shrub that is taking over woodlands and fields.

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