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Law July 28, 2021
How A Law Degree Can Be Just What The Doctor Ordered

Ethan Nkana ’13 has used his experience at the University of Dayton School of Law to create a unique agency that helps doctors across the country.

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Libraries July 27, 2021
Overcoming Obstacles: Dayton Women Inventors
Upstaged and underrecognized in a region of research, Dayton women innovators persisted in their patent pursuits.
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Career Development July 06, 2021
The GEM Sparks Collab Between Brixilated and Dayton Sprouts
The GEM at the Hub was designed to be a space that allowed creative collaboration to thrive between community members and University of Dayton students. We started to bring in some of the people that we saw best demonstrating growth-mindset in the Dayton area and let them go to work. Turns out, whenever you bring a room full of creative collaborators together, the results are pretty incredible!
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Sustainability June 04, 2021
Brecha book review: Gates’ 'How to Avoid a Climate Disaster' a worthy offering, but overlooks the power of renewables
Bill Gates' book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, gives some insights into the climate change issue but he doesn't give enough emphasis to the need for dramatic changes to consumption patterns in wealthy countries, writes the University of Dayton's Robert Brecha.
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President May 18, 2021
A Nobel Soul

During Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the University of Dayton pays tribute to our students, graduates, faculty, staff — and our Nobel Laureate. Charles J. Pedersen, described as “a brilliant chemist with the soul of an artist,” shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1987 for his discovery of crown ethers.

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President April 28, 2021
The Mother of Invention
I stopped by Maggie Cahill’s front lawn on Stonemill Road last week to hear her describe how she edited a full-length memoir and worked with the author to prepare it for submission to a publisher.
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Engineering April 27, 2021
IT Flies aircraft simulation competition celebrates 10 years of international cooperation
The IT Flies! aircraft simulation competition is a tradition very close to the heart of the University of Dayton School of Engineering. Every year, the Merlin Flight Simulation Group and the School of Engineering host student teams from the United States and the United Kingdom on campus in the Flight Simulation Laboratory in Kettering Labs
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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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Libraries March 25, 2021
One Year Later: What We Learned From Teaching During the Pandemic

In the shift to remote learning, Libraries instruction faculty transformed their teaching with technology, flexibility, vulnerability and creativity.

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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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