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The University of Dayton is a top-tier, national, Catholic, research institution. Founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary (the Marianists), we focus on educating the whole person, connecting learning with leadership and service. Through student clubs, ...
Katie Remark will attend the University of Dayton this fall with one of the largest, most academically prepared and diverse classes in school historyKatie, we are happy to welcome you to the University of Dayton! You have many great opportunities and experiences ahead of you. We would also like to congratulate you on your first accomplishment,...Fall 2014Verified by University of Dayton
Walsh University is a liberal arts and sciences institution offering nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate programs as well as accelerated-degree options for working adults. As a Catholic university welcoming students of all faiths, Walsh’s ultimate mi...
Katie Remark, a resident of Uniontown, OH, was among the 781 Walsh University students who earned Dean's List honors for the Fall 2015 semester.Fall 2015
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Walsh University theater troupe, Genesius Players, will present the Herbert Ross's classic play, "Steel Magnolias."Fall 2015
A record number of more than 420 Walsh volunteers commemorated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Monday, January 18, with a day of service. This year, Walsh volunteers, including students, athletic teams, faculty and staff members, partnered with 20 community organizations to address topics that ranged from education, homelessness, wildlife conservation and hunger. Financial support was provided from the Corporation for National & Community Service, ServeOhio, Campus Compact and Lowe's of Massillon.Spring 2016
Seven Walsh University students spent their Columbus Day fall break serving those in need in New York City. Organized by senior education major Mary Modena and led by Campus Minister Dominica Rhein, the trip included volunteer activities with the Catholic Worker in downtown Manhattan, the Lenox Hill Women's Shelter and New York Cares. Volunteer projects included an outdoor harvest market for low-income residents in the Bronx through New York Cares and a large scale art project with the Lenox Hill Women's Shelter. The Walsh students also visited the Catholic Worker to learn more about the life of Dorothy Day and serve food to the homeless through the St. Joseph House.Fall 2015
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