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Homeland Security grant to Human Rights Center to develop network to help prevent domestic violent extremism

The University of Dayton Human Rights Center received $352,109 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to develop a network of regional organizations to help prevent domestic violent extremism in southwest Ohio and beyond.

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09.26.22

A University of Dayton research project to help U.S. defense agencies tune between radio frequency bands for communication, radar, satellites, and satellite radios earned Phase II funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. 

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09.23.22

The Conversation, TIME, Newsweek and Newsy tapped UD faculty expertise. Ohio cable news outlet Spectrum News 1 reported on a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant for the Human Rights Center.

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09.19.22

A University of Dayton researcher will lead a nearly half-million-dollar National Science Foundation project with the goal of developing a low-cost, hand-held device to test for and identify diseases and biohazards.

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09.16.22

UD faculty offered their expertise to The Conversation and Spectrum News 1 Ohio. Local media reported on a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant to the Human Rights Center to develop a network to help prevent domestic violent extremism.

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09.09.22

The Conversation, Inside Higher Ed and radio stations in Columbus, Ohio, and central Massachusetts tapped UD faculty expertise. Dayton TV station WDTN highlighted a UD student awarded a grant for a childhood cancer research project.

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09.02.22

Washington Monthly, USA TODAY, People, the Armstrong Williams Show and the Daily Beast tapped UD expertise. Local media featured the Ethos Center, a new engineering lab, UD's semiconductor research and a local partnership to help keep students safe.

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08.30.22

The University of Dayton now has a leading voice on issues that affect independent nonprofit colleges and universities and their students through two respected organizations that advocate for private education.

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08.30.22

For more than 30 years, Campus Ministry has supported students in unplanned pregnancies — offering them emotional support, connecting them with social services in the community, assisting them with academic accommodations and more.

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