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Experiential Learning , Faith/mission , Technology , Teacher education

The Use and Abuse of Technology

As Christians, we can both use and abuse technology, and I do not wish to undervalue technology which can be a tremendous tool for evangelization and education. It can broaden our horizons and bring us into contact with people and ideas from across the globe.

Service , Teacher education , Students and campus life , Experiential Learning , Faith/mission

The Classroom and Beyond: Forum for Young Catechetical Leaders

This just proves one more way that this class is so interconnected with our lives. It requires sacrifices, it challenges our complacency, but it also instills a sense of hope. This hope is found in the opportunity to take a class that teaches us how to be better echoes of the Church.


Congrats, grads!

We asked four graduating research department student employees to share their future plans and what they liked best about working at Roesch Library.


Alumni library cards: Five great things

Now that alumni living in Ohio can register for free borrowing privileges in the University of Dayton Libraries, they’ve got access to a wealth of knowledge, perks and conveniences. Here are five great things:

Libraries , Faith/mission

Weekly Features: May 2, 2016

This week we begin Mary's month and celebrate the Ascension of the Lord.

Career Development , News , Business , Faculty

AACSB Releases Compelling Vision for the Future of Business Schools

In a bold move to bring business schools in line with the needs of 21st century stakeholders, AACSB (the accrediting body for UD's School of Business Administration) has released a new platform that will drive changes in virtually everything we do at the SBA.

Faith/mission , Students and campus life , Teacher education

St. Joseph of Cupertino

There is an old story about St. Joseph of Cupertino which may provide some relief to students this finals week.

News , Technology , Faculty , Research , Business

You Won't Believe Who the MOD Department Beat in its Latest Research Rankings

For the past 28 years, the Rothkopf rankings have tracked academic contributions to the operations research practice literature.  Georgia Tech, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, and Yale regularly show up on these rankings.  In 2016, UD's Department of MIS, OM, and Decision Sciences makes a jump in the rankings and you won't believe who they jumped ahead.


Peace of the Spirit

The Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you everything and remind you of all that I told you. Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. (John 14) - Crystal Sullivan, Director of Campus Ministry

Technology , Sciences , Experiential Learning , Engineering , Students and campus life , News , Career Development

The Co-op Advantage!

Joe Gruensfelder, civil engineering senior, can attest to the cooperative education advantage because he has landed a full-time position with Messer Construction after working for five work terms at the firm.

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