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UD’s facilities management staff helps University achieve $1 million per year in energy savings across campus

Thanks to aggressive retrocommissioning of buildings across campus and other energy initiatives, the University of Dayton’s Facilities Management team is saving about $1 million annually. Matthew Worsham, UD’s energy efficiency and renewable energy manager, credits hard work from facilities management staff, students and UD’s partners in the energy industry.

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12.09.20
University announces spring plans

The University of Dayton today announced plans for spring semester, including COVID-19 testing for students upon arrival to campus, a phased move-in and other safety measures designed to limit introduction of the virus on campus.

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01.22.21
UD names computer science building to honor first African American woman graduate

The University of Dayton on Jan. 22 announced that its newly renovated computer science academic building will be named in honor of Jessie Hathcock ‘30, the first African American woman to graduate from the University, a noted educator and humanitarian in the Dayton community.  

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01.19.21
Greater West Dayton Incubator names advisory council, expands work

The Greater West Dayton Incubator, an initiative envisioned by and developed in partnership between the University of Dayton and community leaders of Greater West Dayton with the support of the Entrepreneurs' Center, has named an advisory council; identified a temporary location; begun building stronger connections between entrepreneurs and opportunities on campus and at the Dayton Arcade; and developed plans for a micro-loan program expected to begin taking applications in the coming months.

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06.25.20
COVID-19 current operations, health resources pages provide updates

The University is committed to protecting the health and safety of our campus community. As we continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will keep the UD and surrounding communities updated with information on current campus operations and health resources.

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