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Libraries November 21, 2022
OA Climate Research: Metrics, Ethics
If you're looking for another reason to publish open access, consider ethics. While increased citations aren't a guarantee, open-access publications do reach larger audiences.
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President November 07, 2022
A Home for Mary
As a child, Melissa Kitchin '95 pretended to be Indiana Jones as she explored the estate and garage sale "treasures" in her grandfather's filled-to-the-brim garage.
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Engineering November 03, 2022
Engineering students named 2022 AES Energy Innovation Challenge winners

Engineering graduate students Scott Eardley, Sean Kapp and Megan McNelly are the winners of the AES Corporation 2022 Energy Innovation Challenge for their Project Oasis, an indoor farming system powered by solar energy and battery storage.

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Engineering October 20, 2022
Engineering students prepared for HSI graduate fellowship program

University of Dayton School of Engineering students, Piper Fernway, systems engineering, and Allison Lenhardt, mechanical engineering, have been named 2022-2023 Hanley Sustainability Institute graduate fellows. The HSI graduate fellowship program attracts high-quality students with an interest in sustainability to work on faculty-mentored research projects and other HSI program efforts.

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Engineering October 12, 2022
Civil engineering major discovers engineering passion through co-op experience
Kiara DiLoreto, a civil engineering major from Vandalia, Ohio, worked with Woolpert for five co-op work
terms and discovered her engineering passion – sustainability and supporting future women engineers!
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Engineering September 25, 2022
Better engineer, better person, chemical engineering student grateful for ETHOS experience

When I came to Dayton and toured the School of Engineering as a senior in high school, I left knowing two things: I wanted to be a Dayton Flyer; I wanted to be a participant in The Ethos Center program.

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Engineering June 06, 2022
Civil engineering student receives University of Dayton John E. Riley Award

Emma Allington, University of Dayton civil and environmental engineering major, received the 37th annual John E. Riley Award for her leadership roles with the University's River Stewards and the Hanley Sustainability Institute.

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Engineering May 16, 2022
University of Dayton students travel to Guatemala to install solar power

Eleven students from the University of Dayton will travel to Guatemala to participate in an ETHOS International Breakout through the School of Engineering The Ethos Center.

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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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Libraries April 26, 2022
Plans for the Planet

On Earth Day April 22, library staff and faculty explored ways to care for the planet, conserve resources and reduce waste.

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