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Engineering News


World-Class Researcher

11.26.2012 | Energy and Environment, Faculty, Science, Research, Engineering

The University of Dayton mourns the loss of Dilip Ballal, an internationally renowned and brilliant fuels researcher. More


On the Move

11.15.2012 | Hot Topics, Campus and Community, Students, Catholic, International, Service and Giving, Faculty

If you're flying this month on U.S. Airways, pick up the in-flight magazine and read how the University is making its mark in the world. More


Christmas Cheer

11.13.2012 | Service and Giving, Campus and Community, Students

Students will welcome Dayton-area school children to a winter wonderland of cartoon characters, games and Santa Claus during Christmas on Campus. More


A Winning Pitch

11.06.2012 | Business, Campus and Community, Students

Entrepreneurs with ideas for high-tech and social media companies fared well in the first round of the 1012-13 Business Plan Competition. More


Word Travels Fast

11.02.2012 | Research, Energy and Environment, Engineering

The renewable and clean energy master's program is attracting the best and brightest from around the world, including three Fulbright scholars. More


Playing with Energy

11.01.2012 | Research, Faculty, Engineering, Science

A researcher is helping an Ohio community hit hard by the economic downturn play for some real green with a free online energy reduction game. More


Keeping Pace

10.30.2012 | Science, Energy and Environment, Engineering, Research

The "intellectual heart and soul" of GE Aviation's electrical power business remains on pace to open in summer 2013. More


Tools of Engagement

10.29.2012 | Research, Engineering

The Institute for Development and Commercialization of Advanced Sensor Technology (IDCAST) will receive $250,000 to improve technology and innovation. More



10.26.2012 | Engineering, Hot Topics, Research

David Bradley '71 worked on the first IBM personal computer, but he became a cultural icon for inventing control-alt-delete. More


Work Smarter, Not Harder

10.24.2012 | Engineering

The School of Engineering Center for Competitive Change is part of a $90 million contract to help the Air Force trim extra processes and costs. More