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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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Engineering May 16, 2022
University of Dayton Professor Emeritus Phil Doepker remains engaged with his alma mater

Rest, relaxation and retirement – they might appear to go together but not for Phil Doepker. The professor emeritus of the University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is busier than ever.

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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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Engineering May 12, 2022
'Engineering that truly matters': Students give local man with cerebral palsy gift of family bike rides in time for 27th birthday

A local man with cerebral palsy will receive the gift of going on family bike rides again  — just in time for his 27th birthday — thanks to a group of University of Dayton engineering students who designed an electric bike with a trailer that can be easily transported and pulled by his family.

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Engineering April 20, 2022
Six UD students claim McGrath Award for research in Catholic intellectual traditions

Six University of Dayton students received 2022 Fr. Jack McGrath, S.M., Awards for Research in Catholic Intellectual Traditions and presented their research at the annual Catholic Intellectual Tradition symposium Feb. 14-15 in Kennedy Union Torch Lounge.

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Engineering April 18, 2022
Cooperative Education initiative pays off for chemical engineering student

My time working in the engineering field as a University of Dayton School of Engineering cooperative education student significantly shaped my development as a student, engineer and professional.

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Engineering April 06, 2022
Engineered for Students, by Students

Twenty-one years ago, an engineering student had a cultural epiphany while on an immersion trip with the Center for Social Concern. That epiphany became the seed for what is now a thriving ETHOS immersion program.

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Engineering April 04, 2022
Engineering systems for the common good: Theories and modeling to drive solutions and hope

I finally found that elusive “something” I had been looking for for so long: Creating a new course, which I am calling Engineering Systems for the Common Good (EGR 419). As a professor who loves to teach, I thought that this would be one of the best things I could do to contribute to the community.

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Engineering March 29, 2022
The Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program delivers a unique level of student support that consistently contributes to student success

University of Dayton Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering alumni, Colin Hisey ’10 and Lydia Everhart ’11, have enjoyed success from UD to New Zealand. While at UD, they participated in the Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program and gained insight beyond academics.

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Engineering March 25, 2022
Engineering students help nonprofit cut expenses

Kids Read Now, a nonprofit in Troy, Ohio, focuses on children's literacy and was struggling to find an efficient, less expensive way to bundle books to deliver them to the children. The nonprofit teamed up with University of Dayton engineering students through the 2022 Engineers Week Design Challenge, and the students found a solution that saved them time and money.

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