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Faculty October 10, 2023
College Faculty in the News: Oct. 10, 2023

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.

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Engineering October 02, 2023
NASA grant to improve CubeSat satellites' ability to regulate heat, improve success rate of missions

NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative allows universities to build small, 10 centimeter cube satellites that will be sent up to space via a larger NASA mission. Although CubeSats are fairly simple technology, the harsh space environment provides many challenges. As the CubeSats go in and out of the sun’s view, they heat and cool very rapidly and can cause the technology to break quickly. Because of this, many fail and never complete recording data.

Thanks to a grant from NASA, UD School of Engineering assistant professor Rydge Mulford is trying to solve this problem.

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Engineering September 28, 2023
Mechanical engineering student uses quilting skills in research experience at UDRI

It’s not everyday that a student gets to combine their major and personal interest into a research opportunity. 

But for Rachel Crossman, the opportunity came when she least expected it.

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Libraries September 25, 2023
The Joys of Archival Surprises

Marian Library Resident Scholar Fellowship recipient Hsuan Tsen explores the works of a noted artist and discovers Marian representations in many other media.

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Engineering September 21, 2023
Engineering student selected as SciTech and Human Rights FutureGen Scholar

University of Dayton School of Engineering student David Albrecht has been named one of two 2023-2024 SciTech and Human Rights FutureGen Scholars by the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition. The coalitions’ goal is to recognize students whose work crosses the intersection of science and human rights.

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Libraries September 18, 2023
Going Deeper

Fellowship honoree delves into philosophical theology, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St. Louis de Montfort and the nature of Marian icons.

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Research September 18, 2023
UD animal historian releases book about National Zoo, helps start academic journal
UD Assistant Professor of Environmental History Daniel Vandersommers is using animal history to examine a storied American institution.
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Experiential Learning September 12, 2023
UD student brings research to life through study abroad trip to Taiwan
For University of Dayton junior Benjamin Bitner, what started as a research paper in a Chinese language course led to a summer in Taiwan.
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Faculty September 11, 2023
College Faculty in the News: Sept. 11, 2023
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.
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Business September 07, 2023
Challenging common beliefs on corporate social responsibility
In a published article in Society and Business Review, SBA professor Dr. Kaitlyn DeGhetto challenges common beliefs on corporate social responsibility.
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