Serving the Community

May 18, 2018

Campus and Community

A new two-story office building planned for one of the key development areas in the City of Dayton would bring together three distinctive community-building organizations under one roof, creating opportunities for broad-based innovative collaborations that could include scores of organizations.


Knocking out Trafficking

May 17, 2018

Human Rights, Faculty and Staff

In an op-ed published May 17 in The Columbus Dispatch, Tony Talbott, interim executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, says online commercial sex ads are on the ropes and it's time to deliver the knockout.


Briefly Speaking

May 16, 2018

Law, Technology, Business

Sharpen your music, legal, writing and leadership skills at the New Horizons Music Program, University of Dayton Program in Law and Technology Seminar, Antioch Writers Summer Workshop and Center for Leadership events.


Lifetime Achiever

May 16, 2018

Research, Engineering, Faculty and Staff, Campus and Community

University of Dayton Vice President for Research John Leland will receive the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Dayton section's Lifetime Achievement Award for his distinguished career and contributions to the mechanical engineering profession. He will receive the award May 22 at the joint American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics/ASME awards banquet.


Human Rights Champion

May 14, 2018

Human Rights, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Faith/Mission, Sustainability, Business, International

Shelley Inglis will bring 15 years of United Nations' human rights experience to the University of Dayton when she begins her position as the Human Rights Center's executive director Aug. 16.


Cream of the Crop

May 14, 2018

Campus and Community, International, Research, Students, Service, Engineering

It's become an annual occurrence for University of Dayton graduates: a haul of prestigious national scholarships. This year, UD grads claimed five Fulbrights, a Goldwater Scholarship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.


Indicators of Attraction

May 08, 2018

Research

How can you tell if someone likes you? New research led by University of Dayton associate professor of psychology R. Matthew Montoya helps answer that question by identifying a list of nonverbal behaviors to watch for — identified by the most comprehensive analysis ever.


At the Table

May 07, 2018

Faculty and Staff, Service, Faith/Mission, Students

Studies report Dayton is the second worst city in the nation for food hardship in households with children, and one in six Miami Valley residents are uncertain of their next meal. So the University of Dayton is working with several community partners to end food insecurity in the region.


Creating Global Citizens

May 04, 2018

Business, Human Rights, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Faith/Mission, Sustainability

Natalie Hudson, director of the University of Dayton human rights studies program, spoke at the 2018 United Nations Global Citizenship Education Seminar about the role of human rights and global citizenship education in the U.N.'s 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, 17 goals to eliminate poverty and achieve human rights for everyone economically, socially and environmentally.


UD in the News April 28-May 4

May 04, 2018

Teacher Education, Diversity and Inclusion, Research, UDRI, Campus and Community, Innovation, Technology, Law, International, Faculty and Staff, Students, Faith/Mission, Science, Business, Engineering

National and regional media highlighted University of Dayton research in aviation history, aviation fuels, bringing more diverse children's books to the classroom and fighting the opioid crisis. They tapped our experts for discussions on developing leaders in the information technology world, the upcoming midterm elections, how to choose the best credit card deals and a new Catholic feast day.

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