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Leading with Spirit

In October, Marianist administrators came together to be inspired, share ideas, and renew their commitment to Marianist education. Two UD administrators were invited to share how they “learn, lead, and serve.”

Students and campus life

The calm before the storm

It’s going to go by fast, but that’s why everyone is scrambling this week to make up all their study guides and plan out the two weeks before finals because with the correct preparation, one can only feel confident weathering the storm...

Humanities and Social Sciences

MPA Program Celebrates 50 Years

The University of Dayton master of public administration program recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. MPA program alumni, students and faculty gathered Oct. 27-28 on the University’s River Campus to celebrate the anniversary and the graduate program’s impact on their careers in public service. The MPA program is hosted by the department of political science in the College of Arts and Sciences.


SEHS social digest: Nov. 17, 2017

Faculty and staff in the School of Education and Health Sciences are being featured at a Cleveland Clinic event and learning about drug prevention curriculum, while our students are practicing being in an operating room and raising awareness for causes important to them. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels.


Mary in the News: Nov. 16, 2017

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

Humanities and Social Sciences

Write On

The University of Dayton's wildly popular Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop will feature celebrated writers — and a few celebrities. Registration opens Dec. 5.

Students and Campus Life

Tough Talks

Taking the opportunity to discuss the real problems in search of the Common Good.

Fine and Performing Arts

Arts Events: November-December 2017

Proceeds and donations from the 2nd annual University of Dayton student-organized art auction, can drive and exhibition, entitled Dinner in the Desert Kitchen II: Just Add Water, go to the Dayton FoodBank. New student photographic works will be available in a silent auction. The exhibition’s thematic focus is on water, examining issues including sustainability, environmental justice, visual culture and food systems. Enjoy this event and other inspiring arts experiences during the upcoming weeks.

Students and campus life

Yellow Leaves

For me it is as if the barren trees represent hope and the leaves on the ground represent the opportunity for new beginnings...


UD Celebrates MFG DAY through Symposium

As part of October's MFG DAY activities, University of Dayton engineering students had the opportunity to network and explore manufacturing technologies when they attended the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show (AMTS) at the Dayton Convention Center.

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