Diversity and Inclusion


Community Means Everyone

November 13, 2017

If I walked across KU Plaza and randomly asked a group of students what one word comes to mind when they think of the University of Dayton, they’d respond in unison: “community.”


Minority Engineering Program helps Aspiring Aerospace Engineer take Flight

November 06, 2017

The Minority Engineering Program (MEP) held its 20th Anniversary Gala last month at the Kennedy Union Ballroom at the University of Dayton (UD). The celebration was attended by MEP alums, University leaders, faculty, staff and a large number of current program participants, including Alyssa Muttillo.


Developing Strategies for Navigating a Diverse Workplace

November 03, 2017

“Diversity doesn't just happen. It takes work.” –Dean Eddy Rojas, School of Engineering


Flyers Embracing Global Experiences: Nick Chima

November 02, 2017

Nick Chima is a faculty member in the Intensive English Program. 


Flyers Embracing Global Experiences: Paola Ortiz

November 02, 2017

Paola Ortiz is a first year graduate student in the College Student Personnel program. 


Flyers Embracing Global Experiences: Dr. Lance (Lijian) Chen

November 02, 2017

Dr. Lance (Lijian) Chen is a faculty member in the Department of Management Information Systems (MIS), Operations Management (OM) and Decision Sciences. 


Reflections on the Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

November 01, 2017

The word “catholic” means universal or whole. So as Catholics, let’s contemplate how we may we bring about unity and understanding with others.


Flyers Embracing Global Experiences: Majd Shisha

October 31, 2017

Majd Shisa is a junior, International Business Management major, with a Global Markets concentration.


Flyers Embracing Global Experiences: Mary Niebler

October 31, 2017

Mary Niebler is the Associate Director for the Center for Social Concern, and Coordinator of Cross-Cultural Immersions.  


Flyers Embracing Global Experiences: Dr. Guru Subramanyam

October 31, 2017

Dr. Guru Subramanyam is a faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. 

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