Partnership in Vietnam

May 23, 2016


A new partnership between the University of Dayton and HATCH! BATTLE Junior opens the University’s international startup competition to college students in Vietnam and offers them the chance to win money and support for their business ideas.

Briefly Speaking

May 20, 2016

Campus and Community

Hanley Sustainability Institute scholar-in-residence receives Canadian award for excellence in science, technology and innovation. Upcoming events to focus on business leadership, law and technology.

MBA Director

May 20, 2016


The University of Dayton has named alumnus Scott MacDonald the new director of its master of business administration program.

Marianist Sisters

May 20, 2016


The University of Dayton will mark the 200th anniversary of the Marianist sisters with Mass and a reception on Wednesday, May 25.

Soul of An Advocate

May 18, 2016


Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, a former advisor to the United Nations and coordinator of a project on human rights along the U.S.-Mexico border, will be the first executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center.

Genetic Influences

May 18, 2016


A new study by Jackson Goodnight, a University of Dayton associate professor in psychology, reveals the link between fussiness as an infant and the risk for behavior problems later in life may be driven by genetics instead of environmental factors.

Green Revolving Fund

May 17, 2016

Energy and Environment, Sustainability, Campus and Community, Engineering

A 2012 student-led research project suggesting the University establish a green revolving fund is promising a big payoff to the University in cost savings, innovation, learning opportunities and creating a greener campus.

A Tradition Continues

May 16, 2016

Campus and Community

Vanguard Concerts, a 54-year chamber music series slated to end this year, will continue under the umbrella of the University of Dayton ArtsLIVE program.

Advancing Enrollment Excellence

May 12, 2016

Campus and Community, Students

Jason Reinoehl, who has led the development of some of the University of Dayton's most innovative efforts to attract and retain students, has been named vice president for enrollment management and marketing after a national search.

Researching Schizophrenia

May 05, 2016


New research from a team of psychologists including University of Dayton assistant professor Julie Walsh-Messinger has uncovered key genes linked to different symptoms of schizophrenia — a discovery that could lead to better, more precise treatments for individuals.

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