Growing Business

July 28, 2016

Business

The University of Dayton Center for Leadership is upgrading to a larger space to accommodate the expansion of program offerings and an increase in number of regional business leaders served.


Busy Summers

July 28, 2016

Students

University of Dayton junior Corey Kuminecz could have worked a typical summer job back home in Indiana, but it would have done little to advance his skills for a potential career in environmental biology. Instead, he is assisting a National Science Foundation-funded research project to study the impact of invasive honeysuckle shrubs on Dayton-area streams.


Undetected and Unvoiced

July 28, 2016

Faculty

Every minute in the United States, one person will have a heart attack, two will suffer strokes, and three women will nearly bleed to death while giving birth.


Analyzing Trump's Speech

July 22, 2016

Marketing professor Randy Sparks offers the following initial comments on Donald Trump's address to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland Thursday night:


A New Leader

July 21, 2016

Campus and Community, President

The University of Dayton announced today that long-time University employee Thomas U. Weckesser has been named executive director in the president's office.


Living Water

July 21, 2016

Students, Engineering

Sharing his perspective on Catholic social teaching, human rights and clean water has earned mechanical engineering student Tanner Rolfe a top prize in a national essay contest.


Opportunities Abound

July 19, 2016

Students, Research, Faculty

A University of Dayton education means hands-on opportunities for students to transform the world. Nine students from three countries in four departments hope their work someday passes the smell test.


Additive Manufacturing

July 15, 2016

Research

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded $8 million from America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, to lead a national program that will use additive manufacturing to help the Air Force more efficiently and affordably sustain aging aircraft.


Veepstakes

July 14, 2016

The following are initial comments from Christopher Devine, assistant professor of political science, on the latest developments in Election 2016:


National Scientists

July 05, 2016

Faculty, Students, Research, Science, Engineering

University of Dayton researchers are part of a select group of organizations awarded funding for prestigious National Science Foundation research and project grants.

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