UD in the News Nov. 11-17

November 17, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences

During the week of Nov. 11-17, the University's entrepreneurship program was highlighted by Entrepreneur magazine, celebrity Jim Parsons interviewed political scientist Nancy Martorano Miller about local and state government, and the Associated Press spoke to law professor Lori Shaw about Ohio's lethal injection process in a high-profile death penalty case.


Time to Act

November 16, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Sustainability, President, Human Rights

University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina is among more than 150 leaders of Catholic universities, organizations and religious orders who have signed a letter urging U.S. President Donald Trump and Congress to reassert U.S. leadership in the global effort to address climate change.


Write On

November 15, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Campus and Community

The wildly popular University of Dayton Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop will feature celebrated writers ? and a few celebrities. Registration opens Dec. 5.


Adele Center

November 13, 2017

Faith/Mission, Students, Campus and Community, Humanities and Social Sciences

The University of Dayton will celebrate the beatification of Mother Adele de Batz de Trenquell?on, a co-founder of the Marianist family, by naming a new student residence hall and center on Lowes Street in her honor.?


Creating Lasting Change

November 10, 2017

Diversity and Inclusion, Humanities and Social Sciences, President

University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina will serve on the inaugural CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion Presidents' Circle, which will work to create lasting change on college campuses around the country.


UD in the News Nov. 4-10

November 10, 2017

Faith/Mission, Humanities and Social Sciences, Research, Sustainability, Science, International, Human Rights, Law

The Associated Press featured engineering research on artificial intelligence while The Saturday Evening Post and The Wall Street Journal tapped experts to discuss "fake news" in Russia and the split jury in the bribery and corruption trial of a U.S. senator, respectively.


A Gift That Keeps Giving

November 09, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Teacher Education, Students, Fine and Performing Arts, Faith/Mission

Future teachers, pastoral ministers and musicians in need of help to fund their University of Dayton educations will receive a boost thanks to a generous gift that will fund scholarships in those areas.


UD in the News Oct. 28-Nov. 3

November 03, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences

During the last week of October, Forbes highlighted the University of Dayton's entrepreneurship program, the Urban Farm Podcast featured the University's involvement in the Lincoln Hill community garden, and Education Dive spotlighted the University's cyber-mindfulness campaign.


UD in the News Oct. 21-27

October 27, 2017

Faculty and Staff, Research, Law, Business, Health, Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences

During the last week of October, the American Bar Association featured a law school curricular innovation and an international podcast highlighted health and sports science research on marathons.


Unwavering Commitments

October 20, 2017

Sustainability, Faith/Mission, Humanities and Social Sciences, Campus and Community, Human Rights, President

As part of the University of Dayton's continued commitment to sustainability and human rights, it has joined the United Nations Global Compact and the Global Catholic Climate Movement.

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