High Performance Research

June 29, 2015

Research, Engineering

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded a $21.6 million, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity Air Force contract for research and development in aerospace engine combustion technologies and components.

A Research Leader

June 25, 2015

Engineering, Research, Campus and Community

John Leland, interim vice president for research for the University of Dayton and executive director of the Research Institute, will step into those roles permanently, effective July 1.

Learning Abroad

June 23, 2015

International, Students

Where in the world are UD students this summer? Just about everywhere.

Dayton Peace Accords at 20

June 22, 2015


Toddlers then, college students now, will learn about the process in each other's countries.

What they are saying

June 18, 2015

Catholic, Energy and Environment, Hot Topics, Sustainability, Science, Faculty, Culture and Society

University of Dayton faculty are weighing in on the pope's historic encyclical on the environment.

10 Things to Know About the Pope's Encyclical on the Environment

June 17, 2015

Hot Topics

From a student's perspective, here is everything you need to know about Pope Francis’ encyclical — what it is, what it means and why you should care.

Rewarding Energy Investments

June 15, 2015

Research, Faculty, Sustainability

City governments that subsidize energy upgrades for local residents or businesses could see a multi-million-dollar return on investment, according to University of Dayton research published in the international journal Energy and soon to be presented at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences.

Praised Be: Caring for Creation

June 15, 2015

Hot Topics, Sustainability, Catholic

Faculty experts in theology, Catholic history, the pope, Catholic social teaching and other topics are available to discuss "Praised Be," the pope's encyclical on the environment.

Sean Strong

June 15, 2015

Students, Campus and Community, Catholic

Sean Ferguson, who was struck by lightning April 8 as he walked across a campus parking lot, says he's ready to get back to the University of Dayton in the fall and finish up his degree.

Solid Research

June 09, 2015

Engineering, Research, Science, Faculty

Assistant civil engineering professor Elias Toubia received an outstanding paper award at The Masonry Society's 12th North American Conference in Denver last month.

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