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Adapting to Serve

Two new divisions — one dedicated to more efficient and renewable energy technologies; the other to more affordable and rapid aerospace system sustainment — are among several significant changes made during the University of Dayton Research Institute's organizational restructure, which took effect July 1.

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Here for Our Students

National and international organizations recently recognized the University of Dayton’s Division of Student Development for its community policing, alcohol prevention, residential learning and student training programs, and annual report.

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Briefly Speaking

Work with the local community through Dayton Corp or sharpen your leadership skills at upcoming Center for Leadership events.

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International Entrepreneurs

Two teams of University of Dayton entrepreneurs won spots in the final round of the China-US Young Maker Competition, along with free travel to Beijing to compete Aug. 13-17.

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In Solidarity with Laudato Si'

The University of Dayton is among the nearly 600 U.S. Catholic institutions that signed the Catholic Climate Declaration that affirms the Paris Agreement and supports actions to meet its goals.

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UD in the News July 13-20

The Conversation, a publisher of commentary and analysis distributed to top media outlets nationwide, published a piece by history professor Julius Amin. Economist Marc Poitras discussed taxpayer subsidies for stadiums for the think tank Heartland Institute and immigration expert Miranda Hallett talked to the Houston Chronicle about El Salvador.


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