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Human Rights

Everything is Connected

Thirteen international theologians, ethicists, scientists and economists explain the spiritual, moral and practical themes of Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment in a new book edited by University of Dayton theologian Vincent Miller.

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Save a Life

The University of Dayton is the first college campus in the nation to host an interactive kiosk that teaches hands-only CPR in just a few minutes.

Campus and Community

Speaker Series

The University of Dayton 2017-18 Speaker Series kicks off this fall with a Dayton-raised duo who star in the popular indie documentary, Minimalism, and an NPR chief international editor.

Students

Garden of Plenty

Inspired by environmental biology and sustainability, energy and the environment students, and led by the Hanley Sustainability Institute and facilities management, the University of Dayton Kennedy Union rooftop garden will provide a campus hub for sustainability education, improved aesthetics and a cooler roof that can lower the building's energy costs, and send cleaner water into storm sewers.

Catholic

Researching Singleness

Those who never marry, the casually committed, the widowed, the divorced — these and other single people are being overlooked by the church today, Jana Bennett writes in her new book, 'Singleness and the Church: A New Theology of the Single Life,' from Oxford University Press.

Engineering

Lean Buildings

In the midst of rising temperatures and energy bills this summer, the University of Dayton School of Engineering received another $100,000 from the state of Ohio for the Ohio Lean Buildings Program to conduct energy audits with local energy consulting firm Entriq Solutions and Sinclair Community College.

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Briefly Speaking

First responders, music, rare books, diversity, career fair, Marian research, ArtsLIVE, business development part of upcoming activities.

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UD in the News Sept. 9-16

During the second week of September, 'The New Yorker' cited the legal research of Jeanette Cox and Livability mentioned the GE EPISCenter on the University of Dayton campus among the reasons Dayton is one of five cities that is 'the whole package' when it comes to utilizing an engineering degree.


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