The University of Dayton offers students a distinctive education, emphasizing hands-on, real-world experiences and a commitment to the common good that transforms their world views and shapes their careers and lives. The University programs and curricula that help create those transformative experiences made news, as did current students and alumni who put their University of Dayton education into action. By example, they’re leading lives of service. Check out the exploits that drew media coverage during the 2012-13 academic year.
The Huffington Post mentioned the School of Engineering in a story about entrepreneurship and engineering.
U.S. News & World Report quoted School of Law Dean Paul McGreal and referenced the school's programs in a story about two-year law degrees.
Spring Prelaw Insider mentioned the School of Law's IP clinic and experiential learning opportunities.
The February issue of National Jurist included the University of Dayton School of Law in a story about experiential learning. Lawyerist.com picked up the story.
The online edition of National Jurist mentioned the creation of the School of Law's new IP clinic.
NBC affiliates in Columbus, Ohio; Detroit; and Bangor and Portland, Maine, picked up the WDTN-TV story about engineering alum Brad Eley who started developing an adaptive video game controller for his handicapped brother while Eley was in school.
The Associated Press quoted University of Dayton senior and College Democrats co-president Daniel Rajaiah in an Aug. 28 story about President Obama's outreach to college students.
CNN Headline News and the Dayton Business Journal featured stories Aug. 28 on Kenneth Henning, a Clayton city councilman and University senior, who attended the Republican National Convention as a page.
Bloomberg Businessweek wrote about R.I.S.E. student-managed portfolio competition winners and included a shout-out to Flyer Investments.
Investor Place wrote about the R.I.S.E. student-managed investment portfolio competition July 12.