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A Day of Discovery

Is there any other university in the country that has as high a level of participation and engagement on a day reserved for celebration of student research and creative work? As I walked into the RecPlex, I felt such a surge of creative energy as row after row of students mingled around their posters, learning and teaching, engaging and building community.

Service

College Faculty in the News: April 11, 2018

Assistant Professor Chelse Prather, Department of Biology, is making national news with her research on the impact of bugs the size of tiny twigs on the rainforest.

Faculty and Staff

Federal Humanities Funding

The University of Dayton received two National Endowment for the Humanities grants totaling $70,000 to support the development of interdisciplinary programs and curricula related to medical humanities and an influential African-American writer who called Dayton home.

Faculty and Staff

SEHS Faculty in the news: April 9, 2018

Dr. Peter Titlebaum, Department of Health & Sport Science, discusses how his students have raised $60K for the Front Row Foundation. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of School of Education and Health Sciences programs and their faculty.

Science

Student Research

Often, students say they picked a college for its beautiful campus or extracurricular activities. Jenea Adams is a bit different: she chose the University of Dayton for the Stander Symposium, a once-a-year opportunity to present undergraduate research to the campus community.

Diversity and Inclusion

UD in the News April 1-6

A national science website featured biologist Chelse Prather's research, historian Julius Amin was a guest on China Global Television Network (CGTN) America's "The Heat" to discuss the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Marian Library archivist Kayla Harris placed an editorial in one of the nation's leading Catholic publications.

Research

Facing Project

Created to bring community storytelling to life and spark conversations about human rights and implement social change, the University of Dayton’s “Facing Dayton: Neighborhood Narratives" will honor the stories told by Dayton residents in a culminating event to close out the University's Stander Symposium, the annual showcase of undergraduate research.

Research

Student Research

Often, students say they picked a college for its beautiful campus or extracurricular activities. Jenea Adams is a bit different: she chose the University of Dayton for the Stander Symposium, a once-a-year opportunity to present undergraduate research to the campus community.

Research

A Research Tradition

One of the biggest days on the University of Dayton calendar arrives this month as more than 1,200 students share their research, artistic endeavors and academic achievements during the annual Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium, from 8 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 18.