Technology


Training Tuesday Tip: New Google Calendar Interface

January 17, 2018

Explore the upcoming "new look" to your Google Calendar interface!


New Generation of Biomedicine

December 18, 2017

Converging biology, physics, mathematics and engineering research could create innovative solutions to major health issues such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease. The University of Dayton is well-suited to model such a transition, a former National Cancer Institute deputy director said during a campus visit.


Record Semester: Innovation Center Completes Over 60 Projects

December 15, 2017

"The challenging assignments from our clients help to transform engineering education at the University of Dayton," said Becky Blust, director of the Innovation Center at the School of Engineering.


Training Tuesday Tip: Inserting Google Drive Files into Gmail

December 12, 2017

In this Tuesday Tip, you'll learn how to share files that are stored within your Google Drive via Gmail.


Training Tuesday Tip: Using the Hoonuit Pathways Feature

December 07, 2017

In today's tip you will learn how to use the new Hoonuit Pathways Feature.


Apple Security Vulnerability Announced

December 04, 2017

Find out about a serious vulnerability affecting those using Apple computers.


Earthquake Expert Spends Sabbatical on Teaching and Research Collaborations in Turkey and Russia

November 29, 2017

Interacting with students from around the world is priceless; they are creative with bold ideas and are eager to learn new things from experts from other nations.


UD Celebrates MFG DAY through Symposium

November 15, 2017

As part of October's MFG DAY activities, University of Dayton engineering students had the opportunity to network and explore manufacturing technologies when they attended the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Show (AMTS) at the Dayton Convention Center.


Training Tuesday Tip: Converting Google Apps into MS Word or Excel

November 14, 2017

Learn how to covert Google Docs and Sheets to Microsoft Word and Excel.


Laser Focused Research

November 13, 2017

The National Science Foundation has awarded University of Dayton researcher Andy Chong $302,700 to create the next generation of pulsed lasers for hospitals and clinics.

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