University of Dayton

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    University of Dayton is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, and research programs in the fields of business, social sciences, science, and law. The university comprises several schools, including the College of Arts and Science, School of Business Administration, School of Education and Allied Profession, and School of Engineering.

    HQDayton, OH, US
    Employee Ratings4.5

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    Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)4,648(-2%)
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    Key People/Management at University of Dayton

    Eric Spina

    Eric Spina

    John Leland

    John Leland

    VP for Research & Interim Executive Director, Vice President for Research
    Paul H. Benson

    Paul H. Benson

    Provost and EVP of Academic Affairs
    Andy Horner

    Andy Horner

    Executive Vice President for Business and Administrative Services
    Rick Krysiak

    Rick Krysiak

    Vice President for Facilities Management and Planning
    Lawrence Burnley

    Lawrence Burnley

    Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion
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    University of Dayton Office Locations

    University of Dayton has an office in Dayton
    Dayton, OH, US (HQ)
    300 College Park
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    University of Dayton Financials and Metrics

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    University of Dayton Blogs

    UD in the News June 5-11

    The Conversation,, National Catholic Reporter, The Columbus Dispatch and WVXU-FM, Cincinnati's NPR affiliate, are among the news outlets sharing University of Dayton expertise, research and accomplishments.

    Climate change, glacier meltwater: University of Dayton geologist Umesh Haritashya among international research group publishing findings in Science

    University of Dayton geologist Umesh Haritashya was among the researchers whose examination of how climate change and glacier melting affect the water supply for more than a billion people was published in Science June 10.

    University of Dayton geologist Umesh Haritashya worked with international coalition to publish findings of recent Himalayan disaster in Science

    Research journal Science published the findings of an international coalition of scientists, which includes University of Dayton geologist Umesh Haritashya, that investigated the landslide and flood in India in February that destroyed two hydropower plants and left more than 200 dead or missing.

    University of Dayton receives $1.92 million federal grant to improve quality, access to mental health services; address shortage of mental health workers in region

    The University of Dayton School of Education and Health Sciences has received a $1.92 million federal grant to work with 41 community partners in southwest and central Ohio to address the shortage of mental health workers and improve quality and access to mental health services for children at all s…

    UD in the News May 28-June 4

    Vox and NewsNation, formerly WGN America, sought the expertise of aviation historian Janet Bednarek to discuss United's purchase of supersonic planes. Elle interviewed psychologist Julie Walsh-Messinger about how bad memories can change the way people feel about their favorite fragrance.

    UD in the News May 22-28

    Highlights include a (Cincinnati) Catholic Telegraph Facebook Live interview with Sr. Angela Ann Zukowski, National Catholic Reporter featuring UD's work with a Vatican working group, and WBNS-TV in Columbus, Ohio, tapping the expertise of sociologist Paul Becker.
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    University of Dayton Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was University of Dayton founded?

      University of Dayton was founded in 1850.

    • Who are University of Dayton key executives?

      University of Dayton's key executives are Eric Spina, John Leland and Paul H. Benson.

    • How many employees does University of Dayton have?

      University of Dayton has 4,648 employees.

    • Who are University of Dayton competitors?

      Competitors of University of Dayton include Grand Canyon University, Fordham University and University of Colorado Boulder.

    • Where is University of Dayton headquarters?

      University of Dayton headquarters is located at 300 College Park, Dayton.

    • Where are University of Dayton offices?

      University of Dayton has an office in Dayton.

    • How many offices does University of Dayton have?

      University of Dayton has 1 office.