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Faith/Mission

Couples Growing Together in Love, Faith, and Understanding

Are you in a relationship and looking to explore topics of commitment, communication, faith and prayer, and intimacy with your partner? If you answered "yes" to the previous question, consider registering for Couples Journey Group!

News

Mary in the News: September 22, 2017

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

Fine and Performing Arts

First-Year Arts Immersion: ‘The Consul’

The Consul - Gian Carlo Menotti’s opera about a freedom fighter and his family attempting to flee oppression in the face of unrelenting bureaucracy - is perhaps as resonant today as when it premiered on Broadway in 1950, winning both the Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics’ Circle award for best musical. 

President

Sharing a Common Purpose

At the fall faculty and staff meetings, I reflected on accomplishments over the past year, our responsibility for strengthening the University of Dayton's inclusive spirit, and our path to becoming known as The University for the Common Good.

Faculty

In Memoriam: Darrell Anderson

Darrell Anderson, a theatre program professor with more than 40 years of service to the University of Dayton and the Dayton arts and theater communities, died Sept. 19. He was 70.

Law

Fulfilling Her Dream

How the 2-Year J.D. program helped a student move on from one of the biggest challenges of her life.

Diversity and Inclusion

Personality Types and Gender Stereotypes

Based on psychological theory, Myers-Briggs type indicator (MBTI) is a powerful tool for understanding ourselves and others. Have you considered if gender or gender stereotypes impact MBTI personality types?

Libraries

Student library staff developing talent, leadership for future professions

At Roesch Library, student employees are doing more than earning a paycheck; they are learning skills to help them accomplish more in their academic and professional careers.

Fine and Performing Arts

Claremont Trio Opens ArtsLIVE Season

Traditionally, it’s the third time that’s the charm. For the Claremont Trio, their charmed run of appearances in Dayton will soon total eight.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Researching Singleness

Those who never marry, the casually committed, the widowed, the divorced — these and other single people are being overlooked by the church today, Jana Bennett writes in her new book, Singleness and the Church: A New Theology of the Single Life, from Oxford University Press.


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