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September News Briefs

09.16.2010 | Engineering, Education, Law, Campus and Community, President, Faculty, Business

Campus will be alive with events featuring Stephen King's birthday, a "food fight," a giant paper chain and a discussion about whether trademark laws are outdated, among others. School of Law names Susan Wawrose director of the School of Law's graduate law programs. More


Engineering a Success Story

08.25.2010 | Students, Engineering

The School of Engineering sets a record for first-year enrollment. More


Sprucing Up Brown Street

06.04.2010 | Campus and Community

Fewer driving lanes, mid-block crosswalks, street trees and landscaping, dedicated bike lanes and a continuous left-turn lane are in the plans for an improved Brown Street. More


Among the Nation's Best

04.15.2010 | Engineering

U.S. News & World Report ranks the School of Engineering graduate program 57th in the nation. More


New Master's in Bioengineering

01.08.2010 | Science, Engineering

New program will address need for one of Ohio's four growth industry clusters; Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the biomedical engineering field is in the top tier of projected growth potential. More


Accolades from the Governor

10.28.2009 | Research

The University of Dayton is the only Ohio school to receive two Ohio centers of excellence. Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland bestowed the designation upon the von Ohain Fuels & Combustion Center and a newly created center working with strategic energy and environmental informatics. More


Saliba Named Engineering Dean

08.11.2009 | Engineering

Tony Saliba, Wilke Distinguished Professor, chair of the department of chemical and materials engineering and a three-time University of Dayton graduate, wants to take a greater leadership role in leveraging the Dayton region's strengths in engineering innovation. More


Boost for Minority and Women Engineers

07.23.2009 | Engineering

The National Science Foundation, Messer Construction and the Virginia Kettering Foundation awarded grants to support programs in the School of Engineering for minorities and women. More


Camping for Engineers

06.11.2009 | Engineering

The School of Engineering has three camps scheduled this summer with the goal of encouraging more students to get involved in science, technology, engineering and math. One group will offer advice on how to restore a Dayton landmark. More


What Happened to the USAirways Flight?

01.16.2009 | Engineering

University of Dayton Research Institute impact physics research group leader Kevin Poormon will explain how bird strikes affect airplanes on the NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams Jan. 16. More