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Engineering November 09, 2018
Image to Implant
University of Dayton biomedical engineer, Dr. Amy Neidhard-Doll, innovates additively manufactured medical devices, such as hip implants, along with UDRI and undergraduate electrical engineering student, Monica Yeager.
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Experiential Learning November 06, 2018
Perspectives from the GEMnasium: Lauren DeClark
Senior Lauren DeClark experiences the impact of vulnerable conversations and a humanity-centered mindset.
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Experiential Learning October 31, 2018
Drive Series Part I: Who do you want to be?
IACT Certificate students look beyond a job title while examining passion, purpose, and possibility.
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Faculty October 08, 2018
Nano Manufacturing
The National Science Foundation has awarded two University of Dayton researchers $317,158 to study a new manufacturing process for building three-dimensional structures that are 1,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.
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President October 01, 2018
Here Comes the Sun...
When I climbed up on the roof of Fitz Hall this spring to observe the installation of solar panels, I caught a glimpse of a bright future.
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President September 24, 2018
Roesch Refresh
Roesch Library has always had personality, some might even say a bit of an attitude. After taking a sneak peek at the second-floor makeover, part of a $10.7 million modernization that will wrap up next August, I predict “Club Roesch” — as students lovingly call it — will be one of the coolest university libraries around.
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Engineering September 21, 2018
Engineering Impact 2018
Read how our faculty, staff and students are impacting our University and our world.
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President September 17, 2018
The Verdict: A Legal Education Pioneer
Audiences would agree that the fictional rural town in Alabama where Atticus Finch advocated for justice in the classic film To Kill a Mockingbird was well-served by this small-town lawyer. But that’s Hollywood.
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Human Rights September 06, 2018
Students spend summer in Malawi for Human Rights Research
This summer five UD students spent nine weeks in Malawi to conduct research on a variety of human rights topics; each student worked on an individual research project that was chosen based on needs within the community.
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President August 06, 2018
Our Home is an R&D Powerhouse
“Alex, I’ll take research powerhouses for $200.” Not only could I ace this category on “Jeopardy!” but I could also draw well-deserved attention to the University of Dayton Research Institute, whose growth has helped propel UD to a record $150 million in annual sponsored research and impressive research rankings.
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