The ArtStreet family is made up of 58 diverse Juniors and Seniors who seek to challenge the social consciousness of the campus, city and nation through creative and artistic lenses. As part of a university initiative to integrate academic and experiential learning with residential and community living, ArtStreet residents contribute to the student neighborhood, the campus and the city of Dayton by providing arts-based creative-designed curriculum to enrich the evolving 21st century educational environment and promote our Catholic and Marianist values.
Residents are selected by ArtStreet management through the IAN student cohort. For more information about enrolling in IAN courses, contact ArtStreet Director Brian LaDuca at firstname.lastname@example.org or Karlos Marshall, Academic Development Assistant, at email@example.com.
CurioCity: a new Designed Learning Experience for second year students
Apple, Nike, Google and Beats are 21st century companies constantly influencing the life that you live. These companies are seeking the most creative, imaginative and innovative young minds to work with them. Welcome to CurioCity, a new Designed Learning Experience for second year students that seeks to empower a forward-thinking 21st century student with the ability to confidently develop the imaginative and creative skills necessary to excel and impact today’s innovative and global workforce regardless of degree focus. Learn more >>