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Human Rights Champion

Shelley Inglis will bring 15 years of United Nations' human rights experience to the University of Dayton when she begins her position as the Human Rights Center's executive director Aug. 16.

Research

Lifetime Achiever

University of Dayton Vice President for Research John Leland will receive the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Dayton section's Lifetime Achievement Award for his distinguished career and contributions to the mechanical engineering profession. He will receive the award May 22 at the joint American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics/ASME awards banquet.

Campus and Community

Human Rights Champion

Shelley Inglis will bring 15 years of United Nations' human rights experience to the University of Dayton when she begins her position as the Human Rights Center's executive director Aug. 16.

Campus and Community

Cream of the Crop

It's become an annual occurrence for University of Dayton graduates: a haul of prestigious national scholarships. This year, UD grads claimed five Fulbrights, a Goldwater Scholarship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Indicators of Attraction

How can you tell if someone likes you? New research led by University of Dayton associate professor of psychology R. Matthew Montoya helps answer that question by identifying a list of nonverbal behaviors to watch for - identified by the most comprehensive analysis ever.

Research

College Faculty in the News: May 10, 2018

Professor Janet Bednarek, Department of History, joined fellow historians in a C-SPAN televised discussion about major U.S. infrastructure projects in the areas of aviation and surface transportation, and how they influenced current development.

Faculty and Staff

Bragging and Modesty

Young people today react to bragging in the same way as previous generations, according to new research by psychologists at the University of Dayton.

Research

Indicators of Attraction

How can you tell if someone likes you? New research led by University of Dayton associate professor of psychology R. Matthew Montoya helps answer that question by identifying a list of nonverbal behaviors to watch for — identified by the most comprehensive analysis ever.

Sciences

SEHS social digest: May 7, 2018

Students and faculty in the School of Education and Health Sciences didn't show any signs of slowing down as the school year neared its end. Our students presented at the Stander Symposium, won awards and celebrated milestones, while our dietetics program celebrated a 100% match rate (third year in a row!) and two of our Teacher Ed faculty created a way to get more diverse children’s books into the classroom. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels.