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A Commitment to Diversity

University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina is among the university leaders nationwide who have signed the NCAA’s diversity and inclusion pledge rolled out this week, affirming a commitment to ethnic, racial and gender diversity in the hiring process for athletics.

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Moral Courage in Ferguson

'Push yourself outside of your comfort zone and ask questions because you may not get the answer you thought. But regardless of what you do get, you’ll find truth.' Those are the words of University of Dayton student Francesca Chaba after she returned from a Human Rights Center project May 12-27 in Ferguson, Missouri, to examine, study and collect examples of moral courage.


Serving Those Who Served

Good news for U.S. military veterans and their dependents at the University of Dayton — 'U.S. News & World Report' listed the University among its 2017 Best Colleges for Veterans in its 'Best Colleges 2017' guidebook released Sept. 13.


Artist Partnership

A Dayton Contemporary Dance Company professional will join the University of Dayton faculty this year in a new role as artist-in-residence.

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Exploring Alien Worlds

A NASA engineer famous for his mohawk hairstyle during the Mars Curiosity Rover landing will speak at the University of Dayton on Sept. 29.


A More Visible Presence

University of Dayton Public Safety is rolling out a series of initiatives this academic year designed to increase its visibility on campus.


'I Should Do Something'

A 7,836-mile detour led a former University of Dayton research engineer with more than 100 research publications and 15 patents to the University of Dayton Human Rights Center to start another journey to stamp out violence.


Welcome Students

The University of Dayton and Sinclair Community College introduced the first cohort of the UD Sinclair Academy. The partnership between the two schools allows students to begin their studies at Sinclair and earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton.


Cracking Diversity’s Code

The National Science Foundation has awarded University of Dayton associate professor of biology Tom Williams an $839,000 grant to research how evolution used so-called “genetic switches” to develop biological diversity.


Briefly Speaking

Career fair, 'Exploring Alien Worlds with Robots,' business leadership among upcoming University of Dayton events.

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