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Health July 25, 2024
Turning trials into triumphs

Aleighia (Lay) Mayle was feeling the pressure from graduate school and clinical internship when she asked for help. The response was exactly what she needed: 'How can we support you?'

Engineering July 16, 2024
Recent Graduate Awarded State Space Fellowship to Continue Research in Master’s Program

Henry Jacques, a recent May 2024 mechanical engineering graduate and now master’s student, was chosen for the competitive Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) fellowship program. The program, which funds his graduate studies, is a partnership between OSGC and NASA.

Sustainability July 12, 2024
Buying local: University of Dayton to community
Buying locally can be difficult in college, but there are more local products and businesses around the University of Dayton than you might think.
Research July 08, 2024
Research in Motion

The Motion Analysis Laboratory is an asset to students in the physical therapy doctoral program.

Engineering July 02, 2024
Riding the Waves: Solar Splash's Story of Perseverance
The team competed for the first time in 5 years this June, building a solar-powered boat from scratch over the past two academic years. Although they ran in to a handful of problems, they still finished the competition with a smile on their faces.
Sustainability July 02, 2024
Creating clear signals for dorm recycling at University of Dayton
Thoughtful design can help UD students in distinguishing between garbage and recycling bins in their dorms.
Experiential Learning July 01, 2024
From Caregiver to Colleague

The first experience Sarah Hogan '24 had at UD was as a toddler attending the Bombeck Family Learning Center. As a UD student and now a new employee, she got to work alongside the woman who cared for her 20 years ago.

Experiential Learning June 28, 2024
Programs celebrate more than a decade of developing public servants
Veronica Paulson Scherbauer dreamed of pursuing a career in government. She thought that might mean working in Washington, D.C., but after a semester’s long internship in the nation’s capital, she realized she’d prefer to serve closer to home.
Sustainability June 28, 2024
Sustainable living a definite possibility during a heat wave

The month of June brought a large heat wave, not only across Ohio, but most of the United States and the world. Along with the high temperatures, the air quality was fairly poor.

President June 28, 2024
The Road Between Dayton and Columbus
The magnificent Ohio Statehouse atrium buzzed with youthful energy and purpose as former Governor Bob Taft and former Senate President Dick Finan ’54 mingled with student interns and alumni of the University of Dayton’s Statehouse Civic Scholars program at a networking reception and celebration this week.