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College Faculty in the News: November 9, 2018

November 09, 2018

Professor Jana Bennett, Department of Religious Studies, discusses the place for religious tradition in the abstract world of online social media.


Technology and Human Rights: Improved Shea Butter Processing for Women in Northern Ghana

November 09, 2018

As a graduate engineering student at the University of Dayton, Erin Peiffer spent the summer interning for Burro, a Ghana-based company, through the university’s Engineers in Technical Humanitarian Opportunities of Service learning (ETHOS) program.


Arctic Ice Research

November 08, 2018

University of Dayton doctoral student Ming Gong '15 is more comfortable at the keyboard of a computer or piano than trekking across snow and ice in sub-freezing temperatures. But, during May and June, she spent 10 days at a field summer school in Utqiagvik, Alaska, where she learned how to collect physical data in the Arctic.


College Faculty in the News: October 25, 2018

October 25, 2018

Ben McCall, Executive Director of the Hanley Sustainability Institute, explains how lessons in sustainability can go beyond the classroom when parents teach their children about packing sustainable lunches. The story was picked up by several media outlets across the country.


College Faculty in the News: October 10, 2018

October 10, 2018

Local, regional and national media outlets are reaching out to faculty in the Department of Political Science as well as students involved in the Vote Everywhere Initiative as the nation approaches the November mid-term elections. Follow these stories and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.


College Faculty in the News: September 27, 2018

September 27, 2018

An interview with the new Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis was recently featured on local media outlets ABC22/Fox45. Inglis spoke about her experiences dealing with global human rights issues during her 15-year tenure at the United Nations and discussed how she plans to bring global, national and local human rights issues to the forefront for students at the University of Dayton.


College Faculty in the News: September 10, 2018

September 10, 2018

Assistant Professor Joel Pruce (Department of Political Science), Professor and Executive Director Benjamin McCall (Hanley Sustainability Institute) and Executive Director Shelley Inglis (Human Rights Center) recently discussed efforts to extend and strengthen human rights and sustainability worldwide on local public radio stations WVXU, Cincinnati and WMUB, Oxford.


Physics 'Research Triangle'

August 27, 2018

The University of Dayton Department of Physics has partnered with St. Mary's University and Morehouse College to offer their students summer research opportunities in Dayton with access to facilities and funding that might not be available at the smaller, minority-serving institutions.


College Faculty in the News: August 24, 2018

August 24, 2018

Research on self-esteem, narcissism and bragging conducted by Department of Psychology faculty Erin O’Mara and Benjamin Kunz suggests that social media hasn’t eroded our cultural preference for humility and modesty.


College Faculty in the News: August 10, 2018

August 10, 2018

Professor Messay Kedebe, Department of Philosophy, recently wrote an article in Ethiopian News & Views, discussing current Ethiopian political transitions and their impact that nation's democratic order.

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