Researching Schizophrenia

May 05, 2016

Research

New research from a team of psychologists including University of Dayton assistant professor Julie Walsh-Messinger has uncovered key genes linked to different symptoms of schizophrenia — a discovery that could lead to better, more precise treatments for individuals.


Award-Winning Research

May 03, 2016

Research

Two University of Dayton undergraduates won national awards for their research from the American Physiological Society.


No Electricity, No Problem

May 03, 2016

Engineering, International, Students, Energy and Environment, Sustainability

University of Dayton engineering students won three awards at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., for a device they hope will one day operate without electricity and provide eco-friendly refrigeration in areas lacking reliable electricity or affordable solar power.


Pomp and Circumstance

May 02, 2016

Students, Campus and Community

The University of Dayton is poised to send a record-setting number of Flyers into the world ready to learn, lead and serve.


Research in Rome

May 02, 2016

Faculty

The American Academy in Rome has selected Dorian Borbonus, a University of Dayton professor of history, from among a national field for the prestigious Rome Prize Fellowship.


Writing the Next Chapter

April 28, 2016

Faculty, Education, Service and Giving, Catholic, Students, Culture and Society, Sustainability, Athletics, Campus and Community

A new coffee table book captures the University of Dayton's story — one of boldness and possibility.

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