Through a year of thought-provoking and visually stimulating events, the University of Dayton and Greater Dayton community will have the opportunity to explore the nature of being human and examine how the arts shape our perceptions of the spiritual and physical worlds.
This biennial conference provides a unique space for scholars, practitioners and advocates to engage in collaboration, dialogue and critical analysis of human rights advocacy, locally and globally. The conference takes place October 1-3, 2015 on the University of Dayton River Campus.Learn more
Taking place November 5-7, this conference engages Pope Francis’ call to action by convening representatives of diverse Catholic institutions.Learn more. Register now.
New versions of first-year courses in the humanities seek to educate in the spirit of the Common Academic Program (CAP) and introduce each of the seven CAP student learning outcomes while meeting appropriate disciplinary objectives.Learn More