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Video: IPI Hosts Intern from Malawi

Ignatius Mvula spent two months this fall at the University of Dayton’s Institute for Pastoral Initiatives (IPI) learning to develop online faith formation courses for his diocese in Malawi, Africa.

Sciences

In Memoriam: Bernard J. Rice

Bernard J. Rice, professor emeritus of mathematics, died Dec. 6 after a long battle with cancer. He was 84.

Faculty

Early Eye Development

University of Dayton biologist Amit Singh is studying early eye development in fruit flies to understand the molecular basis of retinal disease and birth defects in the human eye under a new $439,499 grant from the National Institutes of Health.

Faculty

College Faculty in the News: Dec. 10, 2017

Local news agency, The Oakwood News, picked up on the value of the iconic Old River Park doubling as a living laboratory for University of Dayton environmental biology students. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

Students and campus life

Internship at the United Nations

University of Dayton international studies major Kaitlynrose Bicek was an intern for the State Department at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, where she helped global Non-Governmental organizations gain accreditation with the U.N.

Diversity and Inclusion

Women’s and Gender Studies 40th Anniversary

The University of Dayton women’s and gender studies program was first discussed during the 1960s when issues of gender were being raised on college campuses. The University formally launched a women’s study program in 1978 with a social justice-oriented mission to make students aware that women and gender issues matter.

Career Development

Do Not Disturb!

Two writers have been selected as winners of the inaugural A Hotel Room of One's Own: The Erma Bombeck | Anna Lefler Humorist-in-Residence Program. The perks? Free room service.

Fine and performing arts

Arts Events: December 2017

All are invited to enjoy a holiday concert by the department of music's University Orchestra and Symphonic Wind Ensemble, conducted by Patrick Reynolds. Enjoy this event and other inspiring arts experiences during the upcoming weeks.

Humanities and social sciences

Highlighting the Humanities

A newly formed University of Dayton student committee is working to create an inclusive community for all humanities majors. The Humanities Visibility Project, facilitated by assistant professors of English Shannon Toll and David Fine, successfully hosted its first large-scale event in October.

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