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Unbreakable Ties

The University of Dayton School of Engineering will strengthen its ties to industry and the community plus work toward graduating engineers with entrepreneurial mindsets thanks to continued support from the Kern Family Foundation.

Culture and Society

Time to Act

University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina is among more than 150 leaders of Catholic universities, organizations and religious orders who have signed a letter urging U.S. President Donald Trump and Congress to reassert U.S. leadership in the global effort to address climate change.

Business

Top for Entrepreneurs

The University of Dayton was named the 11th-best school in the nation for students aspiring to launch their own businesses.

Sustainability

Budding Careers

The University of Dayton will launch a 12-hour graduate certificate in sustainability studies in January for professionals with a bachelor's degree or equivalent who are seeking additional sustainability training and education for their careers.

Campus and Community

Christmas on Campus

University of Dayton students will transform the campus into a holiday playland for local children during the 54th annual Christmas on Campus Friday, Dec. 8.

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Legal Fast Track

The University of Dayton School of Law is accepting applications for its 3+2 program that will allow students to achieve a bachelor's and law degree in as little as five years, rather than the usual seven years.

Campus and Community, Catholic

Adele Center

The University of Dayton will celebrate the beatification of Mother Adele de Batz de Trenquelléon, a co-founder of the Marianist family, by naming a new student residence hall and center on Lowes Street in her honor. 

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Write On

The wildly popular University of Dayton Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop will feature celebrated writers — and a few celebrities. Registration opens Dec. 5.

Campus and Community

At the Manger

The University of Dayton this year is taking a “behind-the-(Nativity)-scenes” approach to At the Manger, its annual exhibition of Christmas crèches, because of a major library renovation project slated to start in early 2018.

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UD in the News Nov. 11-17

During the week of Nov. 11-17, the University's entrepreneurship program was highlighted by Entrepreneur magazine, celebrity Jim Parsons interviewed political scientist Nancy Martorano Miller about local and state government, and the Associated Press spoke to law professor Lori Shaw about Ohio's lethal injection process in a high-profile death penalty case.


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