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Lifetime Humanitarian

A top Vatican official heading the group tasked with reforming the Vatican bureaucracy who also leads one of the world's top humanitarian organizations will accept a human rights award from the University.

Campus and Community

Celebrating Black History

Three performances, a solidarity march, a celebration dinner and opportunities to meet students, faculty and staff with ties to Africa are among the public events at the University during Black History Month.

Catholic

Year of Consecrated Life

The University of Dayton joins Catholics worldwide in honoring vowed religious by celebrating a Year of Consecrated Life.

President

Search Committee Named

The executive committee of the University of Dayton's board of trustees has appointed alumnus and trustee David P. Yeager as chair of the presidential search committee.

Sr. Helen PrejeanCulture and Society, Catholic,

Dead Man Walking

The University of Dayton is exploring issues around the death penalty in a series of events ranging from music, art, discussions and a visit by the nun who authored Dead Man Walking.

Catholic

Lent 2015

Can you go a week drinking nothing but water? How about a week without complaining, gossiping, swearing, social media or sweets? Those are some of the challenges University of Dayton campus ministry will issue when Lent starts on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18.

Catholic, Education, Faculty

High Honor

Brother Raymond L. Fitz, S.M., past president of the University of Dayton, will receive the prestigious Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, Award for outstanding contributions to Catholic higher education.

Campus and Community

Telling the UD Story

Our location is Dayton, but our reach is global. Thanks to many faculty, staff and students, news about the University and our experts was carried around around the world during the 2013-14 academic year.


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