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Engineering News


In Memoriam: Fr. Paul Marshall

07.17.2014 | Campus and Community

Fr. Paul Marshall, University rector from 2005 to 2010, passed away July 17. More


Chapel Update

07.14.2014 | Students, Catholic, Campus and Community

The University will have a leave-taking ceremony after the 10 a.m. Mass July 20 to remove some of the chapel's sacred items before its renovation. More


Ready for Lift Off

07.01.2014 | Research

The Research Institute has been awarded a new five-year Air Force contract to perform research and development in propulsion technologies. More


Green Team

06.25.2014 | Campus and Community, Students, Energy and Environment

Rumpke Waste and Recycling and the University of Dayton are teaming up to boost the University's sustainability education and recycling efforts. More


Dayton Divests

06.23.2014 | Hot Topics, Energy and Environment, Business, Culture and Society, Catholic

University supports mission, sustainability, human rights by divesting coal, fossil fuel from $670 million investment pool. More


Radar Love

06.06.2014 | Faculty, Engineering, Students, Research

Researchers in the School of Engineering's new radar lab will work on improving radar for medical imaging, manufacturing and environmental uses. More


Going Green with Algae

05.29.2014 | Energy and Environment, Engineering, Research

Research Institute develops an all-weather outdoor algae growing system as a cleaner and less costly resource for renewable energy. More


Engineering the Future

05.28.2014 | Engineering, Faculty, Campus and Community, Students

Eddy Rojas, new dean of the School of Engineering, is committed to graduating engineers with a higher calling. More


Engineering Change

05.19.2014 | Engineering, Faculty, Students

A national foundation's $1.2 million grant will spur the largest faculty and curriculum development program in the School of Engineering's history. More


Ahead of the Curve

05.15.2014 | Students

The University expects to enroll one of the largest, most academically prepared and diverse first-year classes in its history in the fall. More