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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


Powerful Gift

05.09.2014 | Engineering, Faculty

A gift of more than a half-million dollars from a former professor will benefit electrical and computer engineering faculty and their students. More


Pomp and Circumstance

05.02.2014 | Students, Campus and Community

As another class of students graduate from the University of Dayton, they do so prepared to use their education to lead and to serve. More


Engineering Success

04.30.2014 | Engineering, Students

A program for minority students that boasts research opportunities and virtually 100 percent job placement will continue for another five years. More


Chapel Salute

04.24.2014 | Students, Catholic, Campus and Community

Students will participate in a prayerful sendoff for the school's iconic chapel that will close this summer for a 14-month renovation project. More


Academic Bracket Busters

03.23.2014 | Students, Athletics

A national media outlet's NCAA hoops tourney brackets based on academics has the Dayton women in the Final Four and the Dayton men in the Sweet 16. More


A Path to Ohio Jobs

03.11.2014 | Engineering, Students

A $800,000 grant will provide students more real-world work opportunities with Ohio tech companies. More



03.06.2014 | Faculty, Research

A frog that freezes. PlayStations that think. Read about it, and more, in the new Discovery digital magazine, highlighting the University's research. More


Life Lessons

02.27.2014 | Hot Topics, Education, Students, Business

One of UD's most successful graduates, now a senior executive with Ford Motor Company, will share his story with prospective students. More


Worthy of Gold

02.26.2014 | Research, Engineering, Campus and Community, Energy and Environment

The GE Aviation Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center achieved LEED Gold certification and is the University's first LEED-certified building. More