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Career Development December 17, 2018
A Soaring Success
Sparked by a trio of $10,000 gifts and donations from “Erma champions” coast to coast, an ambitious “25K in 25 Days” campaign soared past its goal, attracting $37,105 for the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop’s endowment fund.
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Faculty December 10, 2018
College Faculty in the News: December 10, 2018
Assistant Professor Glenna Jennings, Department of Art and Design, and her students recently came together with an exhibition and art auction to help raise money for a food market slated to open in an underserved area of Dayton.
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Human Rights December 03, 2018
Human Rights Alumni
McLean Johnson ’12 is one of several alumni showcasing the wide range of career possibilities available to graduates of the University of Dayton’s landmark human rights studies program, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
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Fine and Performing Arts November 27, 2018
Christmas Concert
On the fourth floor of University of Dayton’s Fitz Hall, it’s Christmas all year round.
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Faculty November 26, 2018
College Faculty in the News: November 26, 2018
Department of Music faculty James Hiller and Joy Willenbrink recently discussed how music therapy helps people going through addiction recovery during a segment aired on public television.
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Sciences November 16, 2018
Chudd 2.0

Dedicated in 1958, the University of Dayton's Chudd Auditorium originally boasted air-conditioning, tiered seating and widescreen motion picture facilities.

 

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Faculty November 09, 2018
College Faculty in the News: November 9, 2018
Professor Jana Bennett, Department of Religious Studies, discusses the place for religious tradition in the abstract world of online social media.
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Research November 08, 2018
Arctic Ice Research
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.
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Research November 02, 2018
Gender and Schizophrenia
New research from University of Dayton psychologist Julie Walsh-Messinger and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai psychiatrist Dolores Malaspina uncovers key differences in the brains of men and women suffering from schizophrenia.
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Fine and Performing Arts November 01, 2018
Setting the Stage for Experiential Learning
Matthew Evans has seen how the performing arts translate around the globe through his international work with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, a culturally diverse troupe rooted in the African-American experience.
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