Protecting Our Youth

November 02, 2016

Culture and Society, Hot Topics

The University of Dayton's Human Rights Center and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Human Trafficking Commission are providing Ohio schools, youth counselors, after-school programs and anti-human trafficking organizations with a free online manual for developing anti-human trafficking education for children.

Storytime Censored

September 01, 2016

Culture and Society

An exhibit of rare first editions of banned and challenged books — many of them children's classics — celebrates young people's freedom to read.

Artist and Mystic

August 10, 2016

Fine Arts, Culture and Society

Artwork from Hans Friedrich Grohs, a German Expressionist whose pieces were hidden during the Nazi era, is on display through Nov. 13 at the University of Dayton.

Lasting Legacy

June 30, 2016

Culture and Society

Friends and alumni of the University of Dayton have committed more than $600,000 in honor of outgoing President Daniel J. Curran to support the University's new Human Rights Center, a signature program of his legacy.

Righting America

June 20, 2016

Culture and Society, Faculty, Hot Topics

A new book by two University of Dayton faculty is attracting attention for its examination of Answers in Genesis' Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, the rise of creationism in America and the role of the museum in supporting the politics of the Christian right.

Dream Big

June 17, 2016

Culture and Society, Campus and Community, President

As Daniel J. Curran steps down as president, he thanks community leaders for their can-do spirit that led to explosive growth on campus and inspires the region to dream big.

Safety App

June 02, 2016

Culture and Society

Victims of crime in Ohio now have access to an entire community of help in the palm of their hand with AVIATOR, a new mobile app developed by Family Services of Dayton and the University of Dayton Research Institute.

Diversity Champion

May 26, 2016

Campus and Community, Faculty, Culture and Society

The University of Dayton has named Lawrence A. Q. Burnley, an experienced university administrator for diversity initiatives, as the University's first vice president for diversity and inclusion, effective July 1.

Writing the Next Chapter

April 28, 2016

Faculty, Education, Service and Giving, Catholic, Students, Culture and Society, Sustainability, Athletics, Campus and Community

A new coffee table book captures the University of Dayton's story — one of boldness and possibility.

City Farming

April 14, 2016

Students, Sustainability, Culture and Society

The University of Dayton Hanley Sustainability Institute and partners East End Community Services, Mission of Mary Cooperative and the Twin Towers neighborhood are taking the first step in transforming a former Dayton Public School site into an urban farm and green space.

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