News Archive

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

Humanities and Social Sciences May 27, 2015
Transformative Moments

The University of Dayton is producing a free e-book about the state of the University today. it will be available in 2016.

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Faith/Mission April 29, 2015
That's Dr. Est?vez

Count Dayton native Ramon Est?vez, better known as Martin Sheen, among the more than 1,900 University of Dayton graduates receiving diplomas this weekend.

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Service March 25, 2015
Moving Dayton Forward

In its 30th year, the CityLinks conference will bring regional and neighborhood leaders together to share strategies to revitalize Dayton neighborhoods and empower grassroots leadership.

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Humanities and Social Sciences February 27, 2015
Human Rights the Marianist Way

Last summer, students piloted a new framework for human rights, applying the Marianist model of working in community. Collaborating with residents of Sangilo, Malawi, the students' results will make a difference for the people they met, and also will influence the way human rights work is done.

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Service January 28, 2015
I Love UD

"I Love UD" returns this February, with a month full of activities and opportunities to support the University of Dayton. Loving UD even can pay off at select Brown Street restaurants and stores.

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Service January 22, 2015
Faithful Flyer

Bette Rogge Morse '44, '77, noted Dayton television pioneer and stalwart University of Dayton supporter, passed away Jan. 20, 2015. She was 92.

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Service January 07, 2015
Elite Status

Community engagement is our way of life. Now the Carnegie Foundation has noticed.

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Campus and Community December 02, 2014
Little Start, Big Impact

From a "little" start, the University of Dayton's Big Brothers Big Sisters program has grown into something "big" for University students and Dayton-area children.

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Faculty and Staff September 26, 2014
An Enduring Legacy

The University of Dayton will honor the longest-serving president in school history by renaming the College Park Center as Raymond L. Fitz Hall.

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President September 19, 2014
Going Green in a Big Way

The George and Amanda Hanley Foundation made a $12.5 million gift to establish the University of Dayton as a national leader for innovation in sustainability education. It's the largest single gift in University history.

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