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Humanities and Social Sciences June 18, 2019
Public Sector Career Guide

Most people don’t think about federal, state and local public services — or the people who deliver them — until the mail doesn’t arrive, roads become impassable or garbage isn’t picked up.

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Faith/Mission June 17, 2019
Love, Action, Service
What unfortunately destroyed community, also brought the community together.
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Giving June 17, 2019
Paving paths for student success
The University of Dayton is the reason I have been somewhat successful in my life. Success, however, does not occur in a vacuum — it takes help from others.
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Human Rights June 17, 2019
University of Dayton Hosts First Midwest Institute on Ethical Community-University Partnerships
University of Dayton hosted the first ever Midwest Institute with 50 attendees from across the university and the region.
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News June 17, 2019
Mary in the News: June 17, 2019

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also, see International Marian Research Institute as well as Marian Library news and updates.

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Humanities and Social Sciences June 17, 2019
Ferree Chair of Social Justice

University of Dayton associate professor of religious studies Kelly Johnson will begin July 1 as the first holder of the Father William J. Ferree Chair of Social Justice, named in honor of the Marianist priest whose work influenced contemporary Catholic thinking on social justice.

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President June 17, 2019
Tiny Loans, Big Dreams

In a partnership with the Marianists, business students will support the dreams of budding entrepreneurs — mostly women — in one of the least-developed parts of the world by awarding microloans to support start-ups and small business expansion.

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Faith/Mission June 17, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: June 17, 2019
Star of the Morning, olives, dogmas and more
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Giving June 13, 2019
Funding Harvey's Legacy
Alumni and Friends Making an Impact
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Campus and Community June 12, 2019
Growing Our Collections for All to Enjoy
Recent donation adorns Keller Hall atrium
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