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Engineering November 27, 2023
Electro-optics and electrical and computer engineering graduate students traveled to Taiwan to learn more about display technology

This past summer, four UD graduate students, along with students from U.S. universities, traveled to Taiwan for a week to explore Taiwan's display technology industry, thanks to a joint NSF Advanced Studies Institute (ASI) grant between Penn State University and University of Dayton.

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Engineering November 22, 2023
University of Dayton part of $526,630 National Science Foundation project
The University of Dayton is among three schools the National Science Foundation awarded $526,630 to create research experiences for undergraduates studying STEM for social change defined by United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
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Giving November 09, 2023
Driving Diversity in Engineering

Doug McKeown ’84 remembers how a young engineer at his firm had to always carry engineering drawings, whether needed or not, so that they were not stopped from entering the project site.

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Engineering November 08, 2023
Ghana students spend summer in Dayton through Ethos program

This summer, three students from Academic City University College in Ghana spent their time in Dayton through the School of Engineering’s Ethos Center.

Maame Twumasi, David Mensah and Wehdam Luguje took part in the Ethos Center’s Dayton immersion experience. Their immersions included working with the Westside Makerspace, Greater West Dayton Incubator and the Makerspace of DECA High School.

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Business November 08, 2023
STEM-Designated MBA
University of Dayton School of Business Administration's Master of Business Administration program now offers a unique blend of business and technical skills in a STEM-designated MBA!
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Engineering October 30, 2023
UD student SAE Baja team competes for first time in years

Many student organizations have periods of hiatus over the years. But all it takes is one eager student to bring it back to life.

The University of Dayton School of Engineering’s Society of Automotive Engineers — or the Baja team as they are known — is one of them. 

SAE International’s Baja competition has been around since 1976,” said Jeremy Price, vice president of the student organization. “We have spoken to UD alumni who competed in the 90s and early 2000s, but Dayton has not competed in many years.”

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Engineering October 25, 2023
National Science Foundation grant will help speed up semiconductor manufacturing
A $390,000 National Science Foundation grant will enable the University of Dayton to purchase equipment to create semiconductor chips and devices in hours rather than weeks, and at a significantly lower cost.
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Engineering October 19, 2023
Shaq Tensley ’15

“Leave it better than you found it.” This motto has inspired Shaq Tensley ’15 to give back to UD as a volunteer, and it has served him in his global travels. 

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Service October 19, 2023
Shaq Tensley ’15
“Leave it better than you found it.” This motto has inspired Shaq Tensley ’15 to give back to UD as a volunteer, and it has served him in his global travels. 
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Engineering October 10, 2023
Women Engineering Program Dinner with an Engineer
On Oct. 4, female industry professionals from varying engineering disciplines joined the UD Women’s Engineering Program for our Dinner with an Engineer event.
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