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Unwavering Commitments

As part of the University of Dayton's continued commitment to sustainability and human rights, it has joined the United Nations Global Compact and the Global Catholic Climate Movement.

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We Can't Hear You!

Imagine your first week at a new school. You've barely met your classmates, found your classrooms and the library, or cracked open your books. Then your teacher tells you you'll soon be reading case law in front of your classmates.

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.

Students

Celebrating Sustainability

The University of Dayton will continue working toward a more sustainable world with a week of free, public activities Oct. 22-28 to tout green living.

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Briefly Speaking

Preparing for college, civic engagement, ending human trafficking and business leadership among upcoming events.

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Culinary Medicine

The University of Dayton and Grandview Medical Center have partnered to offer a culinary medicine program that teaches doctors healthy diet and cooking skills they can pass onto their patients.

Human Rights

A Vision for Change

An international cast of civil rights, race, immigration and human rights experts will convene at the University of Dayton Nov. 8-10 for the Social Practice of Human Rights conference.

Diversity and Inclusion

Creating Inclusive Community

The University of Dayton will hold its annual 2017 Creating Inclusive Community Conference from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21, in the Jesse Philips Humanities Center.

Faculty

Great Minds in STEM

The National Science Foundation listed two University of Dayton chemical engineering faculty among its Great Minds in STEM; they will receive professional development opportunities for up-and-coming researchers at national conferences.

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UD in the News Oct. 14-20

Media outlets highlighted the expertise of University faculty, with psychologist Susan Davies' concussion research meriting a cover story in a higher ed magazine, and aviation historian Janet Bednarek and economist Marc Poitras tapped for their thoughts on hot news stories​ outside the region​.


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