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Happy International Open Access Week!

With the theme "Open in Action," International Open Access week showcases and celebrates the rising value and appeal of OA publishing, repositories, data resources and archives worldwide.

Human Rights

Search for Answers

Three representatives of parents of 43 missing Mexican college students will visit the University of Dayton Wednesday, Nov. 2, to discuss how U.S. policies on free trade, the drug war and immigration affect human rights in Mexico.

Fine and Performing Arts

RELEASE: What’s Holding Us Back?

The White Box Gallery at ArtStreet presents RELEASE, the third installation in the 2016-17 IACT installation series.


Social Media Literacy

How we engage with social media needs to be considered and considerate.

Experiential Learning

Student Profile: Erin Frey

Erin Frey recently had an article published in the USA Today College Guide about how she fell in love with the University of Dayton. Frey, an energetic, outgoing junior from Cincinnati who is majoring in public relations and minoring in marketing, also reported about Pope Francis’ 2015 visit to Washington D.C. for University of Dayton Magazine. In addition, she works as a University social media specialist, creating content across multiple platforms.


In the News: Oct. 24, 2016

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


Ngor Island

As we headed back to the ship I thought about how this was the first place I had ever been that was somewhere I had absolutely no familiarity with...


Weekly Features: Oct. 24, 2016

This is the last full week of the Month of the Rosary. This week you will find Rosary meditations based on the Catechism. You will also find features such as October poetry and the meaning of consecration.


Morocco Reflection Questions

Questions From Morocco...

Teacher education

Education Labs

Just one of the many great features of being in the Teacher Education program: getting real hands on experience from a variety of classrooms starting your freshman year.

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