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Jim McCutcheon, artist-in-residence in the University of Dayton department of music, has been selected to receive the 2017 Ohio Governor's Award for Arts Education. Bestowed by the Ohio Arts Council, the prize recognizes McCutcheon’s passionate contribution to music education for nearly 39 years. He will receive the award May 17 at a luncheon ceremony during the annual Arts Day events at the Columbus Athenaeum.
Enrollment in the University of Dayton's environmental biology degree program is growing faster than invasive honeysuckle. The program has doubled in size over the last two years to more than 40 undergraduate majors.
Villanova University history professor Adele Lindenmeyr will discuss the important roles women played in one of the 20th century's most significant events - the 1917 Russian Revolution - at the University of Dayton department of history's Beauregard-King Emeriti Lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21.