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Faculty and Staff February 28, 2022
University of Dayton computer scientist recognized by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as outstanding young professional

The Dayton section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers honored UD computer science assistant professor Tam Nguyen with the 2021 Ravi PallerIa Memorial Award for Young Professionals for his technology-related contributions to artificial intelligence research.

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Faculty and Staff February 22, 2022
University of Dayton associate professor awarded Marc Sanders Foundation media fellowship for op-ed writing

The Marc Sanders Foundation named University of Dayton associate professor of philosophy Aili Bresnahan an inaugural Philosophy in the Media Fellow for op-ed writing. Bresnahan, who specializes in aesthetics and the philosophy of dance, was one of 30 philosophers selected by a committee of academic philosophers and media industry professionals from a pool of 264 applicants.

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Research January 31, 2022
University of Dayton undergraduate biology researcher awarded honorable mention for presentation at MidWest Drosophila meeting

University of Dayton senior Hannah Darnell was one of two undergraduate students selected to present research at the 2021 Midwest Drosophila Conference in October at Indiana University in Bloomington. She was awarded honorable mention for her presentation.

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Engineering January 04, 2022
Exciting summer undergraduate research projects now in the works at the University of Dayton School of Engineering
Exciting projects are in the works at the University of Dayton School of Engineering through S.U.R.E., our Summer Undergraduate Research Experience 2022.
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Engineering December 22, 2021
National Science Foundation awards University of Dayton researchers $201K to investigate massive algae blooms in warming Arctic Ocean
The National Science Foundation awarded two University of Dayton researchers, Vijay Asari, Vision Lab, and Ivan Sudakow, physics, a three-year, $201,655 grant to model critical changes in Arctic sea ice to detect and predict the growth and movement of large algae blooms in the Arctic Ocean, related to that region’s warming climate.
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Human Rights December 20, 2021
What I learned from mapping destruction in Myanmar
The Human Rights Center (HRC) teamed up with UD’s Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Human Rights and Science Coalition to analyze satellite imagery of Myanmar and bordering Bangladesh in order to track evidence of  internationally recognized crimes against the Rohingya people.
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Engineering December 16, 2021
Two co-op opportunities connected the dots between academics and a technical engineering position after graduation

As a mechanical engineering major at the University of Dayton, I experienced two beneficial co-op opportunities that helped me to connect the dots between what I was learning in my academics and what I would be working on in a technical position.

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Research December 14, 2021
National Science Foundation awards University of Dayton researchers $201K to investigate massive algae blooms in warming Arctic Ocean
The National Science Foundation awarded two University of Dayton researchers a grant to model critical changes in Arctic sea ice to detect and predict the growth and movement of large algae blooms in the Arctic Ocean, related to that region’s warming climate.
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Engineering December 14, 2021
Student overcomes obstacles to be called 'doctor;' University of Dayton winter graduation set for Dec. 18

Getting a Ph.D. was an all or nothing venture for Andrew Reinhardt. He already had a job, but he had always wanted a doctorate and a career doing research. So when he had the opportunity to pursue that goal with the University of Dayton Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics, he said he jumped at it, and nothing was going to stop him, not even cerebral palsy and the autism spectrum disorder Asperger's syndrome.

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Faculty and Staff December 10, 2021
College Faculty in the News: Dec. 10, 2021

News agencies across the region, the nation and throughout the world often reach out to our faculty experts for their perspectives on today's issues. This media coverage highlights the service, research and scholarship taking place in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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