We are breaking the traditional model of education abroad in a way that is accessible and affordable to any student.
At the China Institute, we’re helping students become fluent in tomorrow.
Two university presidents — a sociologist and an engineer — share perspectives on the China Institute.
With more students seeking out study abroad programs in China, the University of Dayton has created an international center to accommodate their adventurous ambitions.
Discover four ways we moved from “study abroad” to “study beyond.”
River Steward Maddie Norman made connections between water use, protections and policies in China and in Dayton.
The China Institute offers faculty a transformative experience that allows them to grow personally and professionally.
UD teamed up with Fuyao Glass America on a new course that utilizes sociology, political science and economics to study the effect of China's growth on its waterways.