Our students come from across the country and around the world with interests and aspirations to make an impact on the world. They strive to create change, by finding solutions to real-world problems, by becoming leaders, and by nurturing and building on the concept of community.
Hannah V. Carey, a comparative physiologist who has served in leadership roles at the American Physiological Society and National Science Foundation, will visit the University of Dayton this week to deliver the first Schuellein Lecture in the Biological Sciences. She also will discuss how the University can leverage its research strengths to obtain greater national funding for student training.
The University of Dayton's Institute for Pastoral Initiatives has received a $17,459 grant from the Our Sunday Visitor Institute to develop online distance-learning courses to support catechist and adult faith formation in the Catholic Church for Hispanic communities in the U.S. and abroad.