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Sustainability October 05, 2020
Deadline Oct. 9 for free student poster proposals for the NCSE Drawdown 2021 Conference

The National Council for Science and the Environment invites students to submit poster proposals by 11:59 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, for the NCSE Drawdown 2021 Conference. Interested students from NCSE member institutions such as the University of Dayton can enter for free on the NCSE’s registration page. Organizers said poster abstracts should be related to next year’s conference theme: Research to Action: Science and Solutions for a Planet Under Pressure

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Research October 05, 2020
University of Dayton launches new award for undergraduate student research in Catholic intellectual traditions

A new award honoring the memory of a University of Dayton alumnus and Marianist leader recognizes outstanding undergraduate student research related to Catholic intellectual traditions.

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Sustainability September 28, 2020
Chance meeting at swim club leads to friendship, choice of University of Dayton and sustainability major

Pilar Bertollini said her journey to studying sustainability at the University of Dayton began when she was 9 years old and walked into the Forest Hills Swim Club in Birmingham, Michigan. A girl two grades older than her, Kathleen Lemire, became Bertollini’s swimming and diving partner and a friend to play games and cards with in the snack shack. “When we got older, Kathleen told me she was going to the University of Dayton, and I’d never heard of it, so I looked into it,” Bertollini said. “I was only a junior in high school when she was starting her first year at UD, and I remember reading all about UD and thinking it was perfect for me."

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Faculty September 28, 2020
University of Dayton faculty member honored by American Jewish Press Association for Dayton Jewish Observer column

The American Jewish Press Association awarded University of Dayton lecturer Masha Kisel an honorable mention for excellence in commentary for her Dayton Jewish Observer column. Her work is inspired by her experience as a political refugee from the Soviet Union and her interactions with students.

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Faculty September 25, 2020
College Faculty in the News: September 25, 2020

Human Rights Center Director of Advocacy Tony Talbott recently received the University of Toledo Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute's Champion for Human Rights and Social Justice Award at the institute's 17th Annual International Human Trafficking and Social Justice Conference. Read about this honor and follow other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

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Engineering September 25, 2020
University of Dayton ETHOS students selected as finalists for global design challenge

University of Dayton students, Rosie Errigo, renewable and clean energy graduate program, and Brianna Dooley, mechanical engineering major, coordinated with GRUPO researchers, Sandra Vergara, MSc in thermal energy systems, and Sergio Jordan, BSc mechanical engineer operations, to solve food storage dilemmas in Peru and address UN SDG #2-Zero Hunger.

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Sustainability September 23, 2020
From F-16 mechanic to sustainability at UD, local grad finds her way home

Darion Smith grew up pretending to be the Crocodile Hunter, hiking in Glen Helen Nature Preserve and credits (Clayton) Northmont High School with helping “encourage my love for nature and wildlife with cool field trips.” “I have always lived in suburban areas, and the outdoors was my refuge, especially from family issues and stress,” she said. “I loved going on hikes, splashing in the streams, listening to the birds. As I grew older, however, I became aware of the real issues facing society. Nature went from something I loved to play in, to something I needed to protect and felt concerned for.”

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Sustainability September 18, 2020
HSI graduate student Maloney helped craft Dayton's sustainability report
City of Dayton Sustainability Manager Mark Charles prefers the term sustainability specialist when it comes to Meg Maloney, a Hanley Sustainability Institute graduate assistant who is working with the city. “She’s not just following me around,” Charles said. “She’s actually got her own responsibilities and activities. She helped me with the final touches on the overall sustainability strategy.”
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Sustainability September 17, 2020
Sept. 30 Adele social justice project looks at the election from a Marianist perspective
Organizers invite everyone to interact with expert presenters and participants from Marianist universities, schools and other ministries and communities throughout the United States as they reflect and respectfully dialogue in breakout rooms about being multi-issue voters that advance justice, peace and a sustainable environmental future. The Elections 2020: Justice Signs of Our Time - a U.S. Marianist Panel and Dialogue webinar is from 8 until 9:30 p.m. Sept. 30.
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Engineering September 15, 2020
National Science Foundation awards University of Dayton research team $63K to apply machine learning to 3-D printing on nanoscale
The National Science Foundation awarded a $63,215 supplemental grant to University of Dayton physics, computer science and electro-optics researchers to apply data science technology to an advanced manufacturing process for building three-dimensional structures at nanoscale, or a thousand times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.
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