Briefly Speaking

February 27, 2017

Catholic, Students, Diversity and Inclusion, Business, Faculty, Campus and Community, Culture and Society, Hot Topics

National and regional awards, race in America, Marian art, career and business development among highlights of March briefs.


Body Building

February 27, 2017

Engineering, Science, Research

Engineering researcher Kristen Comfort won a five-year, $542,000 National Science Foundation CAREER award to support her quest to build a cellular model that acts more like a human body, allowing for a better understanding and visualization of human-drug interactions.


Changing Face of Engineering

February 27, 2017

Engineering, Students

The Stanford University Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school) named four University of Dayton students to a global program that empowers student leaders to increase campus engagement through innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity.


Hunger for Compassion

February 27, 2017

Campus and Community, Hot Topics, Catholic

University of Dayton Campus Ministry encourages all to hunger for compassion during Lent, which begins Ash Wednesday, March 1.


New Student Housing

February 24, 2017

Campus and Community, Students

With strong student demand for University-owned and maintained housing, construction of an $11.2 million four-story apartment building in the heart of the University of Dayton's south student neighborhood is slated to start in May.


National Recognition

February 23, 2017

Education

U.S. News & World Report recognized the University of Dayton for offering one of the best online graduate education programs in the nation.


Committed to Affordability

February 22, 2017

Campus and Community, Students

The University of Dayton is building on its commitment to tackle the affordability of higher education with its lowest tuition increase in 45 years, just 2 percent for first-year students starting in the 2017-18 school year.


Mary's Garden

February 09, 2017

Catholic

The University of Dayton library will house more than books this spring. For the first time, it will feature a living indoor garden filled with some of the hundreds of flowers and plants named in medieval times as symbols for the Virgin Mary.


Budding Creativity

February 09, 2017

Campus and Community

The University of Dayton and Antioch Writers' Workshop are partnering to serve the Dayton-area creative writing community through educational programming, mentorship, networking and professional development opportunities.


On The Academic Minute

February 01, 2017

Assistant sociology professor Ruth Thompson-Miller was featured on the popular radio program, The Academic Minute, explaining the lasting effects of Jim Crow laws.

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