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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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Engineering March 17, 2022
Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program student finds success in community

The University's Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program helps multi-ethnic students build community, collaborate and take on active roles to grow as aspiring engineering professionals. "Engineering can be an intense discipline, that's the reality of it," said Gerica Brown, program director. "The difference in UD, which is demonstrated in our retention rates, is the support that students have of each other and the support they have on campus."

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Engineering March 10, 2022
University of Dayton engineering students connected at SWE Conference

Last fall, students from the University of Dayton chapter of the Society of Women Engineers made their way to Indianapolis for We21.

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Engineering March 08, 2022
University of Dayton School of Engineering Women's Center Honorees 2022

The University of Dayton Women's Center 2022 Women's History Month Honorees were announced this week. Congratulations to all Honorees, and a special shout-out to our School of Engineering Honorees: Sama Wathiq Ahmed, Marie Dock, Marie Schleppi Gaeke and Beth Hart. 

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Engineering March 07, 2022
University of Dayton Electro-Optics and Photonics featured in Optica Journals and Conference
University of Dayton Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics Professor Partha Banerjee served as lead editor of a recent joint feature issue on Digital Holography and 3D Imaging, published in Optica’s Applied Optics and the Journal of the Optical Society of America A.  

 

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Engineering March 02, 2022
University of Dayton professor, Tam Nguyen, recognized by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as outstanding young professional

The Dayton section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers honored Tam Nguyen with the 2021 Ravi PallerIa Memorial Award for Young Professionals for his technology-related contributions to artificial intelligence research.

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Engineering February 24, 2022
Then and Now, NSBE at the University of Dayton Thrives. The Love. The Sharing. The Strength.

The National Society of Black Engineers Chapter and Special Interest House at the University of Dayton thrive because of the love, the sharing and the strength of the NSBE leaders and constituents who relentlessly protect and grow the NSBE connection.

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Engineering January 04, 2022
Exciting summer undergraduate research projects now in the works at the University of Dayton School of Engineering
Exciting projects are in the works at the University of Dayton School of Engineering through S.U.R.E., our Summer Undergraduate Research Experience 2022.
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