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Engineering May 19, 2022
National Science Foundation grant will help researcher develop better models to predict spread of an epidemic

An epidemic spreads differently through the rural Midwest than through a big city. So University of Dayton researcher Subramanian Ramakrishnan will use $231,185 of a $650,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop better models to predict the spread locally and regionally rather than a one-size-fits-all national approach.

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Humanities and Social Sciences May 16, 2022
English class engages with Christian evangelical message at Creation Museum
UD Professor Susan Trollinger traveled to Kentucky with her second-year Core program class to experience the Creation Museum.
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Libraries May 10, 2022
‘Misérables’ No More
With updates to some 22,000 records, library staff solve a "the" problem.
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Faculty and Staff May 09, 2022
Geoscientists awarded $309K to study Horn of Africa water sustainability
The National Science Foundation awarded two UD researchers a grant to establish a link between rain-producing climate patterns and water supply in the Horn of Africa.
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Research May 05, 2022
UD students honored with Horwitz/Horowitz Award for undergraduate research in physiology
Two UD students received 2022 Barbara A. Horwitz and John M. Horowitz Undergraduate Research Awards from the American Physiological Society.
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Faculty and Staff April 22, 2022
UD English professor publishes book on heavy metal music scenes across the globe
UD English professor Bryan Bardine contributes to the field of metal music studies with his latest book, Living Metal: Metal Scenes Around the World
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Research April 19, 2022
What to know before pursuing an Honors Thesis
Senior honors student Grace DiPierro shares a quick "how-to" for any student considering pursuing an Honors Thesis.
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Research April 19, 2022
Reflections from the 2022 Honors Student Symposium
Staff and students of the UHP share how this year’s presentations went after being pushed online in 2021.
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Faculty and Staff April 11, 2022
College Faculty in the News: April 11, 2022
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.
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Libraries March 28, 2022
New Knowledge on Basic Course
In the latest issue, available in print and online, college and university educators explore timeless topics as well as the transformative effects of COVID-19.
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