Dayton Life: Italian and Greek Fest


With the temperatures cooling down, this weekend will be a great time to experience the Italian and Greek cultures at their respective festivals! The ...

In Memoriam: Professor Dennis Greene


| Law, Faculty

Highly revered and beloved University of Dayton School of Law professor, Dennis Greene, 66, who was also a former Columbia Pictures Vice President of Production and founding member of gold record-selling group, Sha Na Na, died on Sept. 5, 2015, from esophageal cancer.

In the News: Sept. 9, 2015


| International, Education, Current Events, Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Engineering, Research, Fine Arts, Catholic

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

The Knowledge Hub is Open


Welcoming. Friendly. Helpful. We strive to be these descriptive words and more while providing writing and research consultation services at the Knowledge Hub. 

Weekly Features: Sept. 8, 2015


| Catholic

Find information to celebrate Mary's birthday, our fall course schedule, M.S.A. call for papers and more.

Honoring history


The University of Dayton will present films, lectures and public programs throughout the 2015-16 academic year to celebrate Latino Americans: 500 Years of History.

Quick Tip Tuesday: Classroom Technology Orientation


As the semester begins, make sure you are fully prepared for your class, meeting, or presentation by scheduling an orientation appointment to be trai...

Read 'The Guardians'


A scholar-led book discussion of Ana Castillo's The Guardians on Oct. 15 is part of the Libraries' Latino Americans: 500 Years of History program.

Weekly Features: August 31, 2015


| Catholic

What do aviation, lady bugs and the color blue have in common? They are all discussed in this week's features.

In the News: August 31, 2015


| International, Campus and Community, Education, Current Events, Fine Arts, Catholic, Culture and Society, Research

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

Up the Orgs Away!


| Campus and Community

A million emails later....

Up The Orgs


| Campus and Community

As students heading to college are told, college is about exploration in many different forms; figuring out what one wants to do with their life and how to better themselves are the biggest quests of all..

Welcome. Welcome Home


| Catholic

What a thrill it is to welcome you back to our newly renovated chapel. Witnessing the response of those already been drawn to pray in or experience the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception proves what we hoped to be true - architecture forms us.

Register for Fall Courses


| Education

The IMRI fall 2015 term begins on October 12, 2015. Select online courses are now available!

ArtStreet Launches Introspective Experience 'THIRST' in White Box Gallery


| Fine Arts

ArtStreet and the Institute for Arts Nexus (IAN) present THIRST, a new introspective, multi-dimensional experience for students, faculty, and guests alike in the White Box Gallery.

UD Did You Know? - Getting Started


Check out the link below for some great tips on starting your year off right (technology-wise) here on campus!

Weekly Features: August 24, 2015


| Catholic

This week, the focus is on Marian tradition in Poland and India. 

In the News: August 24, 2015


| Research, Catholic, Culture and Society, International, Fine Arts, Current Events, Campus and Community, Education

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

Hispanic Heritage Month Film Series


The Hispanic Heritage Month Film Series will educate audiences about popular yet important Latino American experiences. 

Our Calling to Child-Like Love


| Campus and Community, Education, Service and Giving, Catholic, Students

God calls us to become like children in the face of God—so that we may be pure of His love.