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Faith/Mission March 25, 2019
A Catholic Teacher's Lifelong Commitment
Patti Caffrey shows off her University of Dayton water bottle and certificate for completing online courses in our program.
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Faculty March 25, 2019
College Faculty in the News: March 25, 2019
Professor Messay Kedebe's recent article in Ethiopian News and Views discusses political divisions in Ethiopia. Follow this and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.
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Faith/Mission March 25, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: March 25, 2019
This week we continue to present resources for the Annunciation and Lent. Looking for some Lenten music?
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Libraries March 22, 2019
#1Day1Dayton: A Day of Giving on April 10

Library faculty, staff share why they give, invite others to join them 

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Fine and Performing Arts March 22, 2019
Flowers of the Annunciation
Lilies and blossoming violets become symbols of the wonderment of the Annunciation.
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Libraries March 22, 2019
Arcade History Project Provides Story, Surprise

Maps, directories, other documents provide clues to iconic building’s beginnings

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Service March 22, 2019
Fitz Center Partners on $1M Grant

The University of Dayton Fitz Center for Leadership in Community will partner with Learn to Earn Dayton on a $1 million grant initiative to implement a student-centered blueprint for learning in schools throughout Montgomery County, Ohio.

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Experiential Learning March 21, 2019
Experiential Learning Vocational Workshop
The Office of Experiential Learning was delighted to host a vocational workshop for several students in Dr. Zaiba Malik’s MED 480 capstone seminar.
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Libraries March 20, 2019
Nutrition Month Spotlight: UD Marks 77 Years of Dietetics Education

The history of UD’s nutrition and dietetics programs

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Human Rights March 20, 2019
Buyer’s Remorse: City To Begin Publicizing Names Of Individuals Who Purchase Sex

To fight prostitution in the Dayton area, the city announced the “Buyer’s Remorse” campaign on Jan. 11, which aims to break the cycle of supply and demand that fuels the sex industry.

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