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Pursuing the Dream

On a day dedicated to celebrating the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina challenges students "to work harder and to work together for social change that benefits all" and "to cultivate love and hope" in the world.


In the News: January 17, 2017

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


Our Moment in History

Thousands have weighed in on imagining the University of Dayton’s future. Here’s a snapshot of where we are in the strategic visioning process.


When our moral courage is tested

Rachel Barnett, chair of the Libraries diversity and inclusion committee, writes in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Read on to learn more about events in Roesch Library throughout the month of January.

Human Rights

Voices and Faces of Ferguson

The University of Dayton will debut an interactive photo exhibit Tuesday, Jan. 17, that spotlights the voices and faces of people who stood up during the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, following the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in August 2014.

Students and campus life

A Little Bit Of Love, A Little Bit Of Maple Syrup

This love has been in my blood for generations as my great-grandparents, grandparents and mother grew up making their own maple syrup.


To Know, Love and Serve

I took a moment this week to walk over to the chapel for a Mass celebrating the anniversary of the death of a remarkable woman who lived a life of faith and courage.


Faculty Equity Advisors

The University of Dayton has appointed Ellen Fleischmann and ​Erin Holscher Almazan as College of Arts and Sciences faculty equity advisors, who will help provide training and support to promote equity and inclusion in hiring, promotion and tenure.

Human Rights

Ferguson Voices

Ferguson Voices: Disrupting the Frame (Jan. 17 - Feb. 3) emerges from the work of a team of UD students and program coordinators that conducted innovative oral history research in Ferguson, Missouri in May 2016.


'Nobel for Math'

1972 University of Dayton graduate Richard Schoen won the Wolf Prize in Mathematics, a top international prize that's among a trio often mentioned in the same breath as "a Nobel for math."

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