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Engineering

Engineering Impact 2018

Read how our faculty, staff and students are impacting our University and our world.

Engineering

University Aerospace Engineer Featured on ThinkTV Online Series Exploring Careers

Dr. Sidaard Gunasekaran, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, appeared on the season two opener of the online children’s series “I Can Be Anything I Want to Be, A to Z.”

Continuing Education

Join our Virtual Community !

Our distance education program, called the Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation, (VLCFF) is the cornerstone of the work at IPI. Now UD Alumni, Faculty, and Staff can take advantage of our classes.

Faith/Mission

Challenge, Brighten and Grow: Couples Journey Group

Now that there are 500 miles between us, we have found that many of the lessons we learned during couples journey group continue to challenge, brighten, and grow our relationship.

Faculty

Greenlighted

University of Dayton Professor John Heitmann is a noted expert on the two-way relationship between automobiles and the people who drive them.

Libraries

Dayton Sculptor Earns Place on Walk of Fame

The late Dayton sculptor Robert C. Koepnick, whose life and art were featured in a 2014 exhibit in the University Libraries, will be inducted into the Dayton region's Walk of Fame Sept. 27.

News

Mary in the News: Sept. 18, 2018

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also, see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.

Campus and Community

Volunteers gain momentum from Alumni Leadership Conference

The Alumni Leadership Conference was a chance for all of the University’s volunteers to come together to meet with UD staff and each other.

Faculty

Media Ethics

Chad Painter has taught Media Ethics: Issues and Cases in his communication courses; now he is a co-author of the textbook’s new edition.

Libraries

Speak Out for Banned Books

Banned Books Week is Sept. 23–29. Join the University Libraries in supporting the freedom to read by picking up a free button or bookmark in the Roesch Library lobby starting Thursday, Sept. 20.


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