Diversity and Inclusion


Abroad Opportunities Expand for Winter Break Intersession

December 07, 2017

Several new abroad opportunities are being offered for the upcoming Winter Break intersession.


Beyond ROTC Training: Preparations for Life

December 07, 2017

Students in ROTC participate the Cultural Understanding Leadership Program (CULP) to strengthen their preparation experience.


Women’s and Gender Studies 40th Anniversary

December 06, 2017

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.


Gender and Culture Collide in India

November 22, 2017

A female mechanical engineering student talks about how she experienced the collision of gender and culture in India as part of an ETHOS immersion.


From Rocket Science to Artificial Intelligence

November 22, 2017

One student describes making new friends, developing connections, and learning from female engineers with varying life and technical experiences at the Society of Women Engineers National Conference.


Host a Visiting Scholar (Part 1)

November 21, 2017

Expand the possibilities of your research and teaching by hosting an international visiting scholar.  


Campus Initiative Focuses on Refugee and Immigration Issues in the Dayton Community

November 21, 2017

Campus partners attend the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Conference to further develop a collaborate initiative on globalization here in Dayton.


Chemical Engineering Student Named Collegiate Star

November 21, 2017

Marina Mancuso, a junior chemical engineering major, was selected as the 2017 Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) collegiate star of the Midwest region, SASE’s highest recognition.


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.

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