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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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Research December 06, 2021
University of Dayton biologist awarded American Association of University Women fellowship for research on cancer migration
The American Association of University Women awarded Loan Bui, visiting assistant professor of biology, a $29,680 fellowship to help further her research at the University of Dayton on cures for diseases such as cancer.
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Research November 23, 2021
University of Dayton psychologist partners with Harvard-affiliated hospital and Dayton nonprofit to research generational trauma, mental health of children

Lucy Allbaugh, an assistant professor of psychology at UD, and a team of undergraduate and graduate students partnered with researchers from McLean Hospital, a Harvard affiliate, on the Dayton Kids Project, which aims to better understand childhood adversity.

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Faculty November 18, 2021
University of Dayton aviation historian Janet Bednarek featured in ‘Wall Street Journal,’ ‘Rolling Stone’ and other outlets for expertise
Media outlets including the History Channel, The Wall Street Journal and Rolling Stone magazine are flocking to University of Dayton history professor Janet Bednarek for her expertise on aviation history.
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Engineering November 11, 2021
Engineering researchers receive patent for improved system of tracking objects for safety, search and rescue applications

University of Dayton engineering researchers working with researchers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have patented a better way to track objects navigating through, around and between hidden spots. The system will improve security and search and rescue applications.

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Research November 09, 2021
National Science Foundation awards University of Dayton isotope geochemist $157K to study impact of extreme weather pattern shifts on early humans in East Africa
The National Science Foundation awarded University of Dayton isotope geochemist Zelalem Bedaso a three-year, $156,776 grant to study seasonal rainfall variability over the last 200,000 years in East Africa to understand the impact of extreme weather on early humans and the ecosystems on which they depended.
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Faculty and Staff November 02, 2021
National Institutes of Health awards University of Dayton researcher $1.5 million to develop super-resolution imaging system for nanoscale structures
The National Institutes of Health awarded University of Dayton physics researcher Chenglong Zhao a four-year, $1.5 million grant to develop a new super-resolution imaging system that can provide high-quality images of biological structures 10,000 times smaller than a human hair.
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