Everything is Connected

September 20, 2017

Human Rights, Sustainability, Faculty and Staff, Humanities and Social Sciences, Faith/Mission

Thirteen international theologians, ethicists, scientists and economists explain the spiritual, moral and practical themes of Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment in a new book edited by University of Dayton theologian Vincent Miller.


Op-ed: What's Next in Syria

April 12, 2017

Hot Topics, International, Human Rights, Faculty and Staff

Human rights expert Mark Ensalaco says any strategy in Syria should include American diplomatic and humanitarian might, too.


Land of Promise

February 28, 2017

Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences, International

The Brazilian organization for which Dayton native Sr. Dorothy Stang worked before her murder in 2005 will be the recipient of an international human rights award from the University of Dayton.


Fair Trade University

November 04, 2016

Campus and Community, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sustainability, Human Rights

The University of Dayton will celebrate its fair trade university designation from national grassroots movement Fair Trade Campaigns and receive a certificate of recognition at an event 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, at the University of Dayton Bookstore located in Marianist Hall.


Protecting Our Youth

November 02, 2016

Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences

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.


'I Should Do Something'

September 22, 2016

Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty and Staff

A 7,836-mile detour led a former University of Dayton research engineer with more than 100 research publications and 15 patents to the University of Dayton Human Rights Center to start another journey to stamp out violence.


Moral Courage in Ferguson

September 21, 2016

Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences, 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.


Lasting Legacy

June 30, 2016

Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences

Friends and alumni of the University of Dayton have committed more than $600,000 in honor of outgoing President Daniel J. Curran to support the University's new Human Rights Center, a signature program of his legacy.


Fair Trade University

June 30, 2016

Campus and Community, Human Rights, Sustainability

With a resolution committing the University of Dayton to fair trade practices, we have taken a final step toward receiving a fair trade university designation from national grassroots movement Fair Trade Campaigns.


It's Your Nature

October 22, 2015

Campus and Community, Fine and Performing Arts, Human Rights

University of Dayton first-year students will experience Dayton Ballet?s performance of Romeo and Juliet as they explore nature under the third annual Rites. Rights. Writes. series.

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