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For the Future

I have never had a reason to ever go inside of an urban classroom other than last year for one of my field placements for one of my education classes. And just from going that one experience in the classroom I was able to just peek into the lives of children who lived completely different lives from how I have grown up in a comfy suburb...


NASA Funds Life-Saving Research

A University of Dayton researcher received a $630,000 grant from NASA to study how the heating of glacier lakes is accelerating the melting and retreat of glaciers in Asia's Himalaya mountain range.


Now online and open to all: the ‘Basic Communication Course Annual’

Newly acquired by the University of Dayton, the journal presents research on best practices, new methods, technological innovations, cultural trends and current issues related to the popular — and often required — course.


Pride, prejudice, princesses, piety, pay inequity

Popular papers in eCommons span the scholarly spectrum, from honors theses and Stander Symposium posters to bibliographies, book chapters and journal articles.


Spirit of Schuellein

Hannah V. Carey, a comparative physiologist who has served in leadership roles at the American Physiological Society and National Science Foundation, will visit the University of Dayton this week to deliver the first Schuellein Lecture in the Biological Sciences. She also will discuss how the University can leverage its research strengths to obtain greater national funding for student training.


Grant Funds Hispanic Outreach

The University of Dayton's Institute for Pastoral Initiatives has received a $17,459 grant from the Our Sunday Visitor Institute to develop online distance-learning courses to support catechist and adult faith formation in the Catholic Church for Hispanic communities in the U.S. and abroad.


The University of Dayton Rosary

Did you know that there are rosaries for many purposes and of many styles? Even UD has its own rosary.


Faculty in the News: October 25, 2016

Daniel Birdsong and several other faculty provide perspectives on the 2016 presidential election, and other highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

Students and campus life

Student Panel for Potential Freshman

High school seniors came to UD inquiring about the college life.


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.

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