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Laser-Guided Economy

10.22.2012 | Engineering, Energy and Environment, Faculty

The technical director of the Ladar and Optical Communications Institute is helping lead national efforts to boost the U.S. economy. More


Fixing a Sticky Situation

10.22.2012 | Health, Research

Research to be presented at national conference shows sticky proteins are responsible for the fusing surgical screws and plates used in bone repair. More



10.18.2012 | Students, Campus and Community

The new Caldwell Street Apartments have already created a buzz on a campus that prides itself on the quality of its learning-living environment. More


Key Ingredient

10.16.2012 | Science, Research, Engineering

National Geographic's "Seven Ingredients for Better Electric Car Batteries" features the Research Institute's rechargeable lithium-oxygen battery. More


Sea to shining sea ... and beyond

10.10.2012 | Research, Education, Faculty, Business, Students, Culture and Society, Catholic, Law, Energy and Environment, Hot Topics, Engineering, Science, Campus and Community, International

That's where media have told our story about our distinctive curricula, academic excellence, advances in research and Catholic, Marianist identity. More


Grow Profits Without Cutting Employees

10.03.2012 | Engineering, Business

Art Byrne, author of The Lean Turnaround, will discuss how lean manufacturing can transform and create value for companies. More


Learning, Leading, Serving

09.17.2012 | Campus and Community

Five outstanding alumni will be honored for their achievements and service with 2012 University of Dayton Alumni Awards. More


Alumni Leaders Who Serve

09.14.2012 | Campus and Community, Research

The University of Dayton has tapped four alumni, all leaders in their fields, to serve on the board of trustees. More


Top Tier

09.12.2012 | Students, Hot Topics

The University of Dayton again is ranked among the best national universities. More


Parlez-Vous Engineering?

09.12.2012 | Students, Engineering

A foreign language requirement in an unlikely program is giving students a leg up in an increasingly global world. More