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NASA Funds Landslides Research

Earthquakes in high mountain regions like the one that struck Nepal in 2015 can trigger large landslides that bury villages, flood rivers and block important international roads, resulting in catastrophic human and economic losses.

Teacher Education

UD Ranked in the Top Ten Percent by NCTQ

UD teacher preparation infuses Catholic and Marianist values.


New Level of Play!

Megan and Tim Reissman, mechanical engineering assistant professors, worked with Go Baby Go! at Northwestern before joining the University of Dayton and spearheading the Dayton Go Baby Go! impact. Now, we have a video of the Go Baby Go! Dayton event and effect.

Fine and Performing Arts

Arts Events: July 17, 2017

A faculty recital in August showcases Minnita Daniel-Cox's American Music recitals in Bulgaria during summer 2017. Enjoy this work and other inspiring arts experiences during the upcoming weeks.


Weekly Features: July 17, 2017

Why do we occasionally see the Madonna standing on a crescent moon in religious art? What is the symbolism behind it? Learn this and more in these weekly features.


In the News: July 14, 2017

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


7/19-7/21: No water, closing early

Due to maintenance, the Roesch Library building will have no water supply from Wednesday, July 19, through Friday, July 21. Restrooms and drinking fountains will be inoperable. The building will close at 5 p.m. on those days.

Fine and Performing Arts

ArtsLIVE Concert Season

The University of Dayton’s 56th season of professional arts programming opens Oct. 1 and features a wide variety of musicians from across the globe.


Last-Minute Advice For Passing The Bar

How to emerge from your “Two-week Tunnel” ready to take on the bar exam.


Faculty in the News: July 10, 2017

Art Jipson discusses the risks that come with the ever-changing trends in social media. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

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