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Engineering April 01, 2021
Engineers Week 2021: A Success
Despite the ever-changing circumstances regarding COVID-19, Engineers Week 2021 was a tremendous success with a great deal of participation from the engineering community at the University of Dayton. Events and activities were sponsored by KEEN and hosted by the School of Engineering Office of the Dean from February 21-27.
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Giving March 31, 2021
Designing a Future
Growing up in Chicago, Luis Rogel ’21 marveled at the towering buildings in the city. “It always amazed me that these buildings could be so tall and not fall over,” he said. This childhood curiosity and his aptitude for math and science led him to pursue a career in engineering.
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Engineering March 31, 2021
Congratulations! Gerica Brown and Kelly Bohrer designated as 2021 Women of UD honorees

As we close Women's History Month, the University of Dayton School of Engineering would like to celebrate two special people: Gerica Brown and Kelly Bohrer who have made positive contributions to our University community and to our society. They were recently designated by the UD Women's Center as two of the fifteen 2021 Women of UD honorees.

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Campus and Community March 30, 2021
Experiencing the Women in Science and Engineering ILLC, Covid-19 Style

The University of Dayton's Women in Science and Engineering Integrated Learning-Living Community adapted and thrived during a pandemic in the 2020-21 academic year.

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Engineering March 29, 2021
School of Engineering Dean's Fund for Excellence enables student domestic immersions and community partnerships

University of Dayton students, Elizabeth Musco, senior double major in engineering and dance, and Arvind Muthukumar Subramanian, graduate mechanical engineering student, are spending spring semester working with ETHOS partner, the HUB, in West Liberty, Ohio.

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Giving March 23, 2021
Moved to Make a Difference

From Mumbai to Dayton, Varun Nair moved halfway around the world yet immediately felt right at home.

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Business March 18, 2021
Financial Markets: It is Not What They Are, But What You Do With Them

The financial systems’ ability to pool resources to fund projects and share risks is unparalleled and has shaped the world we live in. Dr. Maria Vivero reflects on how CAP 305/FIN 200, a new course offered by the Department of Economics and Finance combines discussions on finance, diversity and social justice.

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Engineering March 15, 2021
University of Dayton Mechanical Engineering Researchers Develop Reliable Predictive COVID-19 Model with 95% Accuracy Rating

At the University of Dayton School of Engineering during the fall 2020 semester, graduate student, Taylor Zehring, had the opportunity to research COVID-19 public policies and prediction factors for his Case Study in Engineering Management. With the help of Dr. Kevin Hallinan, professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Zehring was able to develop a reliable predictive model for COVID-19 with a 95% accuracy rating.

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Libraries March 15, 2021
More Marker Boards in the Library: SGA and the Dean’s Fund Deliver

A student approached an SGA senator about getting dry-erase boards installed in more library study rooms. Daniel Hennessey wrote up the proposal, and thanks to a grant from SGA and matching funds from the donor-supported Dean’s Fund for Excellence, the new boards are now installed.

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Engineering March 10, 2021
Training AI Model to Detect Errors at Earlier Stages in Silicon Crystal Growth

Pengfei Guo, who received his doctorate in electro-optics in 2018 under the guidance of Professor Andrew Sarangan, and Tam Nguyen, assistant professor of computer science, received a grant through Lam Research Corporation's Unlock Ideas, which is a university grant program that provides seed funding for research collaborations with professors to support feasibility testing of innovative ideas. 

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