Feminism in the Heartland

02.13.2006 | Campus and Community, Culture and Society

Former Daytonian Judith Ezekiel to discuss this topic during March 3 visit to UD. More


Where Have All the Young Engineers Gone?

02.10.2006 | Campus and Community, Students, Engineering

School of Engineering will celebrate National Engineers Week with geeky garb, egg dropping and calculator crushing to expose the fun side of an industry being avoided by the nation's youth. More


Are We Safe Against Bioterrorism?

02.09.2006 | Campus and Community, Health, Culture and Society

Laurie Garrett, a former New York Newsday medical and science reporter also will discuss the threat of antibiotic-resistant diseases, how extremely fragile public health systems are and how the "wealth gap" increases public health stress. More


A Strong Voice

02.07.2006 | Campus and Community, Culture and Society

Poet Nikki Giovanni will speak at the Victoria Theatre Feb. 17 as part of the University of Dayton's Diversity Lecture Series and Celebrate Dunbar!, a yearlong tribute to Dayton's premiere poet. More


A Saint in Our Time

02.06.2006 | Campus and Community, Catholic

A standing-room-only crowd attended a Feb. 2 Mass and honorary degree ceremony that paid tribute to Sister Dorothy Stang, slain a year ago in the Amazon rain forest. "We gather to recognize a saint in our time," said the Rev. Paul Marshall, S.M., rector. More