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Campus and Community May 21, 2024
Business Ethics & Environmental Sustainability: Carillon Historical Park
The BEES acquisition of an understanding of the economic and environmental history of the Dayton area culminated in a visit to the Carillon Historical Park.
Sustainability May 20, 2024
HSI student leaders conduct second Residential Energy Bootcamp

The goal of the Energy Assessment Bootcamp was to provide students with opportunities to deepen their understanding of energy topics.

Engineering May 10, 2024
Aerospace Engineering Doctoral Student Awarded School of Engineering Graduate Student Teaching Assistant Award

Jacky Cai was awarded the School of Engineering Graduate Teaching Assistant Award at the Graduate Student Showcase and Awards in April. In his eight years at UD he has been a teaching assistant for six classes and an instructor for two. He enjoys teaching project-based classes and helping his students bring their ideas to life. 

Faculty May 10, 2024
College Faculty in the News: May 10, 2024

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.

Experiential Learning May 07, 2024
UD biology student helps restore rare butterfly species in local wetlands

University of Dayton senior Joseph Reichel wanted to do a restoration project through the Dean’s Summer Fellowship program.

Engineering April 25, 2024
UD Researchers Find Unique Results in Testing Turbulence Strength During Total Solar Eclipse
Researchers observed unexpected atmospheric effects in a set of measurements that are difficult to make, given a small portion of the U.S. with total solar eclipse, lack of currently available instruments and an appropriately equipped testing site.
Research April 23, 2024
Rising to the Occasion
Vanessa Winn's profession of teaching course requires the students to present at the annual Stander Symposium, and her first-year students nail it every year.
Engineering April 18, 2024
Undergraduate Research Key to Finding Future Career Interests

For many undergraduate students in the School of Engineering, research is an integral part of their time as Flyers. Two students currently conducting research with associate professor Dr. Brad Ratliff in his Applied Sensing Lab have found a future career interest in research thanks to the experience. 

Engineering April 18, 2024
New Space Research Master's Exchange Program with U.K. University
University of Dayton School of Engineering master’s students now have the opportunity to conduct space research thanks to a new exchange program with the University of Leicester, U.K. (UL).
Engineering April 18, 2024
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Recognized as American Society of Biomechanics Fellow

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Kim Bigelow was awarded the status of Fellow in the American Society of Biomechanics (ASB). She will be recognized at the annual ASB conference in August.