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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.


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

Engineering , Students and campus life , Sciences , News

University of Dayton - University Innovation Fellows Named!

The National Center or Engineering Pathways to Innovation has named five University of Dayton students to the University Innovation Fellows (UIF) program for their potential to change the face of engineering education!

Research , Faculty , News , Sciences , Engineering

Sigma Xi Award Recipient Dr. Vijay Asari

Congratulations to Dr. Vijay Asari for being awarded the 2016 Sigma Xi George B. Noland Award for Outstanding Research!  Sigma Xi selected Dr. Asari as the recipient for the George B. Noland Award because of his outstanding research and dedication to students at the University of Dayton.

Teacher education , Continuing education

Attention Teachers: Summer Break is Almost Here!

Summer break is almost here! Every single one of you – as much as you love your vocation and your students – knows exactly how many days you have left until summer vacation. 


'On a break' from finals: Smelly cat craft

Want in on the finals week fun? Here are directions to make a smelly cat bookmark.



In celebration of National Poetry Month, University Archives and Special Collections would like to share UD’s own poetry history. Dr. Herbert Woodward Martin, Professor Emeritus of English, was for three decades the University’s own Poet-in-Residence. 


Spring at Lourdes

This is a beautiful poem about Our Lady of Lourdes for the final week of Poetry Month.

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