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Engineering October 07, 2022
Five professors featured on Academic Minute for "University of Dayton Week"

The popular radio program The Academic Minute is hosting “University of Dayton Week” Oct. 17-21. Two engineering professors: Subramanian Ramakrishnan, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and Partha Banerjee, director of the University of Dayton Holography and Metamaterials Lab and professor of electro-optics and photonics, will share their research. The Academic Minute is aired daily and is available online at academicminute.org.

 

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Engineering October 07, 2022
An academic milestone

Kathy Webb (University Libraries), Ali Carr-Chellman (School of Education and Health Sciences), Danielle Poe (College of Arts and Sciences) and Gül Kremer (School of Engineering) are serving as deans this year, along with Trevor Collier (School of Business Administration) and Andrew Strauss (School of Law). Kremer and Poe are the newest members of the group, becoming University of Dayton deans this year.

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Engineering October 05, 2022
New UD engineering program prepares students for entrepreneurship

Mechanical engineering student, Ryan Rotsching, always wanted to be an engineer. At the end of his first year, he questioned if his passion was a good fit. But exploring entrepreneurship in a new University of Dayton program for engineers provided him a spark.

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Engineering October 03, 2022
Intel to enhance University of Dayton capability to prepare students for careers in semiconductor industry

Fourteen University of Dayton faculty and staff in six labs will be part of the Intel-funded Ohio-southwest Alliance on Semiconductors and Integrated Scalable Manufacturing to help develop a workforce for Ohio's semiconductor industry needs.

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Campus and Community September 28, 2022
National Science Foundation grant to help researcher develop low-cost, hand-held device to test, identify diseases, biohazards

A University of Dayton researcher, Swapnajit Chakravarty, associate professor of electro-optics and photonics, will lead a nearly half-million-dollar National Science Foundation project with the goal of developing a low-cost, hand-held device to test for and identify diseases and biohazards.

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Engineering September 28, 2022
U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency sees promise in University of Dayton technology
A University of Dayton research project to help U.S. defense agencies tune between radio frequency bands for communication, radar, satellites, and satellite radios earned Phase II funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
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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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Students September 08, 2022
University of Dayton School of Engineering Vision Awards 2022

The University of Dayton School of Engineering Vision Awards recognize the innovation, creativity, entrepreneurial thinking and outstanding performance of our faculty and staff for their work as it relates to our School's values of community, innovation, excellence, and engagement and service. Four Vision Awards are presented annually: Community, Innovation, Scholarship, and Engagement and Service.

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Engineering August 25, 2022
Virtual reality lab brings buildings to life for civil engineers

When a building is built, it's too late to change the placement of something. But a new virtual reality lab for civil engineers at the University of Dayton will bring buildings to life before dirt is turned, allowing engineers to see if the way it's intended to be built is the way it should be.

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Engineering August 10, 2022
Stitt Scholars Program helps engineering student translate language of business

To University of Dayton mechanical engineering student, Grace Silverberg, and her classmates, "business" can be a foreign language. But with UD's Stitt Scholars Program, she's able to speak to those in the field who someday will help sell her ideas.

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