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Celebrating Sustainability

The University of Dayton will continue working toward a more sustainable world with a week of free, public activities Oct. 15-22 to tout green living.

Business, Campus and Community


The University of Dayton’s School of Business Administration has entered into a partnership with 2U Inc., one of the foremost education technology companies in the U.S., to offer MBA@Dayton, a new online Master of Business Administration program starting October 2017.


National Honors

A University of Dayton graduate engineering student and engineering professor recently earned national honors from the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering for their contributions to the field of composites and materials.

Campus and Community

Briefly Speaking

Peace, diversity in the Catholic Church, heavy metal in strange places and business leadership among upcoming University of Dayton events.


Cuba: A Lifetime of Passion

A new documentary film from University of Dayton historian Juan Santamarina and alumnus Glenn Gebhard explores Cuba’s difficult past and uncertain future — with a spotlight on the people affected today by the Cuban Revolution.

Campus and Community

Faith Communicator

Sr. Angela Ann Zukowski, MHSH, director of the University of Dayton's Institute for Pastoral Initiatives, has been honored with the 2016 Medium and Light Award for her lifetime work in utilizing media technologies for faith formation in the spirit of influential media theorist Marshall McLuhan.


Icy Hot Research

The collaboration between the University of Dayton and The Helix Innovation Center is already paying off, resulting in the first patent application by Emerson for research performed at The Helix.


What's Next for Colombia?

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work negotiating a peace deal with the rebel group FARC to end nearly six decades of war, a deal voted down by the Colombian people. And despite Santos saying a ceasefire agreement could end Oct. 31, reports indicate both Santos and FARC leader Timochenko still want peace. So why can't there be peace?


Flyer Pitch

The University of Dayton business plan competition kicks off Oct. 7 with a new name, more prize money and its first round in Vietnam.


Diversity Abroad

The University of Dayton and Diversity Abroad have formed a partnership to help give underrepresented students access to life- and career-changing study-abroad opportunities in China.

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