Jason Pierce Named Dean

March 31, 2015

Faculty, Campus and Community

The University of Dayton has named Jason Pierce dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the University's largest academic unit.

Erma Wrote Here

March 25, 2015

Campus and Community, Faculty

The house where celebrated humorist Erma Bombeck lived and wrote has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.

Moving Dayton Forward

March 25, 2015

Service and Giving, Campus and Community

In its 30th year, the CityLinks conference will bring regional and neighborhood leaders together to share strategies to revitalize Dayton neighborhoods and empower grassroots leadership.

Living the Marianist Spirit

March 24, 2015

Campus and Community, Culture and Society, Catholic

In a journey that's coming full circle, the University of Dayton will honor Ramon Estévez, better known as Martin Sheen, with an honorary degree for his lifelong commitment to peace, social justice and human rights exemplifying the Catholic, Marianist university's mission.

A Global View

March 11, 2015


The University of Dayton has named Andrew Strauss, a highly regarded international law expert, as the next dean of the School of Law.

Successful Run

March 10, 2015

Campus and Community, Faculty, Students

Several schools, programs and departments are continuing their upward momentum in the areas of placement, enrollment, curricular innovations and national reputation.

How is a President Chosen?

March 10, 2015

The University of Dayton’s Code of Regulations provides guidance for how the Board of Trustees chooses a president.

Charism, Character, Calling

March 03, 2015

Faculty, Catholic, Campus and Community

With 2015 decreed as the Year of Consecrated Life by Pope Francis, University of Dayton Libraries is honoring the priests, sisters and brothers — the vowed religious — who devote their lives to serving God and humanity.

Human Rights the Marianist Way

February 27, 2015

International, Culture and Society, Research, Students, Catholic, Service and Giving

Last summer, students piloted a new framework for human rights, applying the Marianist model of working in community. Collaborating with residents of Sangilo, Malawi, the students' results will make a difference for the people they met, and also will influence the way human rights work is done.

Lifetime Humanitarian

February 24, 2015

Campus and Community, International, Culture and Society, Catholic

A top Vatican official heading the group tasked with reforming the Vatican bureaucracy who also leads one of the world's top humanitarian organizations will accept a human rights award from the University.

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