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UD in the News Aug. 10-17

Time wrote about University of Dayton research on bragging and modesty; EWTN Catholic Radio interviewed Andrew Kosmowski about the Marian Library's 75th anniversary, Education Dive continued to seek CIO Tom Skill's advice on cybersecurity; and Heavy.com, with more than 10 million unique viewers per month, picked up historian Haimanti Roy's piece from The Conversation about the road to India's partition.

Human Rights

College Faculty in the News: August 10, 2018

Professor Messay Kedebe, Department of Philosophy, recently wrote an article in Ethiopian News & Views, discussing current Ethiopian political transitions and their impact that nation's democratic order.

Students

Discovery-Based Research

This fall, University of Dayton assistant professor Yvonne Sun will introduce students in her microbiology lab course to the potential rewards and pitfalls of real-world research through her new partnership with the Tiny Earth network.

Research

Our Home is an R&D Powerhouse

“Alex, I’ll take research powerhouses for $200.” Not only could I ace this category on “Jeopardy!” but I could also draw well-deserved attention to the University of Dayton Research Institute, whose growth has helped propel UD to a record $150 million in annual sponsored research and impressive research rankings.

Health

SEHS social digest: Aug. 6, 2018

We're staying busy as our #FlyerSummer wraps up and we begin preparations for the new school year! Our students are studying abroad in Costa Rica, a Physical Therapy alum opened her own business and our faculty are being interviewed by local TV media. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels.

Sciences

Trending in 1688: Newton, Locke … and notiometers

A fun find in our rare books collection unveils market trends 330 years ago.

Innovation

75 tons—plus gravity!

Landing gear on fully loaded aircraft endure a lot of force. UDRI is working to keep them strong on the job.

Sciences

Schuellein Chair in the Biological Sciences

The University of Dayton has appointed Amit Singh as the Schuellein Chair in the Biological Sciences. Singh is an associate professor of biology and director of the biology graduate program. He joined the University faculty in 2007.

Faith/Mission

‘Marian Studies’ presents ‘Marialis Cultus’ from many perspectives

The latest issue of the journal ‘Marian Studies’ presents nine scholarly articles on Pope Paul VI’s 1974 apostolic exhortation ‘Marialis Cultus’ (‘Marian Devotion’).