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In the Wilderness: Lent 2021 at the University of Dayton

University of Dayton Campus Ministry encourages all to be present spiritually with Christ "in the wilderness" during Lent, which begins Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17. During Lent, Christians prepare for Easter with prayer, fasting and almsgiving. The distribution of ashes on Ash Wednesday is reminiscent of the ancient tradition of sprinkling ashes over the heads of penitents.

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02.24.21
UD to support foundation dedicated to enhancing sales education

The University of Dayton School of Business Administration will support sales education across the country as the primary sponsor of the Sales Education Foundation.

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02.23.21
Virtual grand opening set for The Hub Powered by PNC at the Dayton Arcade

The University of Dayton and the Entrepreneurs’ Center will host a public grand opening for The Hub Powered by PNC Bank at the Dayton Arcade. At 95,000 square feet, it is among the largest university-anchored innovation hubs in the country, including shared and private office spaces, meeting rooms, conference areas, pop-up retail opportunities, learning labs and classrooms. The virtual event will be at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, March 4.

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02.22.21
If you have devices connected to the Internet, this book about legal pitfalls of the Internet of Things is for you

With Wi-Fi seemingly around most every corner; devices in our hands, bodies, cars and homes connected to the Internet; and questions about the reliability and security of this connectivity, it's inevitable the "Internet of Things" will be the subject of legal battles. A new book by University of Dayton law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister will help anyone with legal questions and issues about connected devices.

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02.19.21
From Dayton to Mars: University of Dayton researchers helped NASA plan Perseverance mission

As the Perseverance rover descended to the surface of Mars just before 4 p.m. Feb. 18, University of Dayton Research Institute scientist Chad Barklay closely watched NASA’s live feed of its Joint Propulsion Lab control room, listening for touchdown confirmation.

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02.16.21
University lowers summer undergraduate tuition

The University of Dayton is lowering summer undergraduate tuition to help students who wish to use the summer months to advance toward their degrees.

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02.11.21
University of Dayton researcher, Pulmonary Wellness Foundation partner to study treatment for COVID ‘long haulers’

A new rehabilitation treatment for COVID-19 “long haulers” — people who contract mild or moderate illness but then continue to suffer symptoms like headaches, fatigue, fever, breathing difficulty, and smell loss for weeks or months — is being studied by University of Dayton assistant professor of psychology Julie Walsh-Messinger and Noah Greenspan of the Pulmonary Wellness Foundation.

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02.09.21
Nine of 10 grads report being employed, pursuing graduate degree, participating in service program within six months of graduation; Salary data shows rising pay

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, nine of every 10 recent University of Dayton grads responding to the career services office's Flyer First Destination Survey report being employed, pursuing a graduate degree or participating in a service program within six months of graduation. It's a remarkable track record of success, with at least a 90% success rate for the last 10 years of the survey.

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02.08.21
Dr. Mary Buchwalder to retire after 30-year career serving student health needs

Dr. Mary Buchwalder will retire at the end of the academic year, capping a 30-year career as a physician attending to students' medical, wellness and social needs, and leading the evolution of the University of Dayton Student Health Center for the last 17 years as medical director.

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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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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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