The University of Dayton and Fuyao Glass America have teamed up on a new course that utilizes sociology, political science and economics to study the effect of China's growth on its waterways, and includes a three-week tour to examine key waterways first-hand.
Welcome to the second Immigration Reflection Guide. Lately there has been a lot of discussion around Immigration. Campus Ministry’s Center for Social Concern thought it might be helpful to reflect on what US Catholic Bishops have to say! So, we put together a reflection guide, for you to use in your own time, to prayerfully read and contemplate where the Catholic Church stands on issues surrounding Migration.
The University of Dayton Libraries are continuously adding to their expertise on open data and structuring library services to assist faculty and students with data management planning and archiving. Several pending grant proposals contain library-supported data management plans, and UD’s open-access institutional repository, eCommons, is one of many available outlets faculty have for storing and archiving data for future research.
A new interactive Marian conference started in the fall of 2015 illustrates the Libraries’ commitment to promoting and facilitating scholarship on the Blessed Virgin Mother. Held in person and online, the Marian Forum has attracted more than 200 participants from across the United States and 15 foreign countries.
The University Libraries have a trove of rare and one-of-a-kind books, documents, sacramentals, relics and other treasures in their special collections, ranging from baseball cards and holy cards to saintly relics and sheet music. But they’re a well-kept secret. The Libraries are working to build awareness of the collections so that students, faculty and researchers can use them in their courses and scholarly work.
Two Knowledge Hub student team members will graduate this May. In honor of their accomplishments, we asked them to share their future plans and what they liked best about working at Roesch Library.