Diversity and Inclusion

The Facing Project

October 17, 2017

Seventy University of Dayton students captured the experiences and challenges of living in Dayton by interviewing local residents as part of a national community storytelling project intended to bring awareness about local human rights issues to inspire social action.

Diversity Program Celebrates 20 Years of Success

October 12, 2017

For 20 years, the University of Dayton Minority Engineering Program (MEP) has been facilitating interpersonal connections, encouraging career exploration, and celebrating the academic excellence of underrepresented students in engineering.

From Manila, Philippines to Dayton, Ohio

October 11, 2017

Maiella Hollander joins the staff of the Women's Center and Women's and Gender Studies Program to help educate the campus community on how gender intersects with other factors, such as race and class, to shape and impact our lives.

Promoting Peace

October 06, 2017

Peace is not only to be celebrated on International Day of Peace, but rather every day of the year.

Success for Saudi National Day Celebration

October 05, 2017

The Saudi Student Association (SSA) had major success with a campus celebration for the recent holiday, Saudi National Day.

Students Take Action to Coordinate Relief Efforts

October 05, 2017

Recent natural disasters compel students to take action here on campus.

Black Alumni Weekend 2017

October 03, 2017

Starting Junior year off right with a little Alum wisdom.

Focus on the Goal, Not the Struggle

October 02, 2017

Arnika Edwards has been a part of the University of Dayton Women’s Basketball Coaching Staff as Director of Basketball Operations since 2013. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. This is her story.

Beyond the Classroom

September 29, 2017

Karen Velasquez had never recorded a podcast or produced a video, but if you’re the director of experiential learning (EL) on campus, hands-on learning is what it’s all about.

Social Revolutions Start with Words

September 28, 2017

The University of Dayton will host a national academic conference next month that focuses on how language has been used throughout history to both regulate and liberate people — particularly women and people of color.

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