Student Artwork

October 07, 2015

Campus and Community, Students

Artwork from three University of Dayton students will adorn the walls of The Helix Innovation Center, currently under construction on the University’s campus.

Prepared for Greater Success

September 25, 2015


The University of Dayton announced Neil Sullivan as the next vice president and director of athletics.

In Support

September 21, 2015

Sustainability, Energy and Environment, Catholic

President Daniel J. Curran has joined more than 170 Catholic college and university leaders from around the globe in signing a statement in support of Pope Francis’ leadership on climate change and social justice.

Shocking Delivery

September 18, 2015

Sustainability, Energy and Environment

University of Dayton mail will soon be delivered at the speed of light when the first electric vehicles in its fleet are plugged into service later this month.

Regional Leader

September 18, 2015

The Dayton Business Journal named President Daniel J. Curran Regional Leader of the Year for 2015.

God's Word Received

September 18, 2015


God’s Word Received, this fall’s exhibition of 20 Bibles from the University of Dayton's collections, presents a rare opportunity for students, faculty and members of the community to connect scriptural presentations from many eras to art, history, education, the sciences, religious formation and more.

National Honor

September 17, 2015


The U.S. Department of Energy awarded the University of Dayton's Industrial Assessment Center the 2015 Center of Excellence Award. It's the second time the center has won the award (2003).

Distinguished Leader

September 15, 2015

Campus and Community

The University of Dayton today welcomed Eric F. Spina the 19th president of the University and the second lay leader in its 165-year history.

Spotlight on Human Rights

September 14, 2015

Culture and Society, International

Pope Francis will address the U.N. at the opening of a summit where world leaders will adopt a set of sustainable development goals that will guide human rights, development and ecological activism for decades to come. A week later, the Human Rights Center will convene a global conference to begin implementing this new agenda.

Servant Leader and Protector

September 11, 2015

Campus and Community

Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police Bruce Burt arrived in Dayton in 1977 thinking it would be the first stop of his career. Instead, it was his only stop, and it turned into two careers. Burt will retire in February from the University after 14 years of service, capping a 39-year police career.

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