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April 23, 2019
Stander Symposium
Join the OEL at Stander Symposium for a scholarly celebration of research, teaching, and community!
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Faculty April 23, 2019
Indian Studies Fellowship

University of Dayton historian Haimanti Roy will spend the 2019-2020 academic year in India with support from a senior research fellowship from the American Institute for Indian Studies. She will study the impact of travel and identification documents on migration and citizenship in colonial and post-colonial India.

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Libraries April 22, 2019
‘Parks and Roesch’: Treat Yo’ Self to a Successful Finals Week
Treat Yo’ Self to a Successful Finals Week
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Libraries April 22, 2019
The Zen Den: Artist's Reflection
Immersive work designed to invoke wonder, connect humans to nature.
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President April 22, 2019
One Imaginative Idea at a Time

In a corner of Torch Lounge, Spencer Janning ‘20 chatted with passers-by about a comfortable leg brace he designed — and patented — to help a local child with cerebral palsy sleep better at night. Not every student will graduate with a patent or a marketable product, but why can’t all students leave here with an entrepreneurial mindset, the belief in what’s possible?

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Faith/Mission April 22, 2019
Weekly Marian Features: April 22, 2019
Rejoice! The features for this week were selected to celebrate the Easter season.
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Faculty and Staff April 21, 2019
Easter joy
In an Easter message, I invite students, faculty and staff to recommit ourselves to living more fully our mission of building community and creating a more just world for all.
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News April 18, 2019
Mary in the News: April 18, 2019

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also, see International Marian Research Institute as well as Marian Library news and updates.

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Libraries April 18, 2019
Crucifix with Instruments of the Passion
A seek and find of sorts
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Law April 18, 2019
History-Making Ohio Supreme Court Justice to Speak at Law School Graduation
Justice Melody Stewart was the first African-American woman elected to Ohio’s Supreme Court.
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