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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


'HowStuffWorks': UDRI's Aluminum Innovation

01.08.2009 | Research, Faculty

The hot new Discovery Channel show HowStuffWorks will feature a University of Dayton Research Institute physicist, who dramatically demonstrates an advanced material's bulletproof qualities. The show airs at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 8. More


A Transformative Gift

11.25.2008 | Business, Education, Engineering

An anonymous donor is giving UD $10 million to support student scholarships in the School of Education and Allied Professions, School of Business Administration and School of Engineering. More


Company Lending Hands to Robotics Lab

11.03.2008 | Engineering

As part of a five-year deal valued by the company at nearly $250,000, SAS will provide "end-of-arm" tools to the robots currently in UD's robotics lab. SAS also will donate other robot components and training. More


SMART Money on Engineering Students

10.21.2008 | Engineering, Students

Andrew Fist and Megan Miller won U.S. Department of Defense scholarships that guarantee them full tuition, $1,000 book allowances, paid summer internships, health insurance and jobs after graduation. More


Water for Cameroon

10.01.2008 | Engineering, Service and Giving, International, Students

Six engineering students spent their summer building a system that brought clean water to a Cameroon village and saved lives. More


A Catholic Leader in Engineering Research

08.28.2008 | Research, Engineering, Catholic

UD leads all Catholic universities for all sponsored engineering research and development and all sponsored non-medical research, and is second in the nation among all universities in conducting sponsored materials research and development. More