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News releases older than 2015 can be found at the University's eCommons site.

Students November 08, 2019
UD in the news Nov. 2-8

The Atlantic, The Conversation, Religion News Service, National Catholic Reporter and The Huffington Post featured University of Dayton faculty and staff in stories the first week of November.

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Giving November 01, 2019
UD in the news Oct. 26-Nov. 1

University Business highlighted UD's tuition plan in a story about how colleges are fighting tuition hikes. BizEd's Collaborations section included the Davis Center for Portfolio Management's partnership with The Dayton Foundation to manage assets for the foundation. WVXU-FM in Cincinnati and WOSU-AM featured engineering student Spencer Janning and his invention; ASEE First Bell picked up the story.

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Engineering October 22, 2019
Commercial aviation alternative fuels initiative taps School of Engineering lab as first in nation for screening

The Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative has greenlighted the University of Dayton Heyne Energy and Appropriate Technology Lab and the University of Dayton Research Institute to be the first in the nation to prescreen alternative aviation fuels for viability to enter the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) testing program.

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Faculty and Staff October 18, 2019
UD in the news Oct. 5-18

Jason Reinoehl, vice president for strategic enrollment management, wrote "The case for price transparency" for University Business, and historian Bill Trollinger and Gudorf Chair in Catholic Theology and Culture Vincent Miller penned pieces on fundamentalism turning 100 and the Synod of the Amazon, respectively, for The Conversation.

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Campus and Community October 04, 2019
UD in the news Sept. 30-Oct. 4

Inside Higher Ed prominently featured the School of Law's online hybrid J.D. program; CNBC.com tapped aviation historian Janet Bednarek's expertise for its story, 'How U.S. airports make money'; and The Atlantic interviewed political scientist Joshua Ambrosius for a story on the 2020 election.

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Engineering October 01, 2019
University of Dayton, Central State University receive NSF grant to give STEM teachers international experience for their classrooms

The University of Dayton and Central State University are looking for local middle and high school STEM teachers to participate in a yearlong National Science Foundation program. The teachers will work with a community partner to create solutions for issues in developing countries using locally available technology. They will be paired with a faculty mentor, travel internationally to work on a project with a partner agency, then create curriculum for their classrooms. The application deadline is Oct. 15.

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Campus and Community September 27, 2019
UD in the news Sept. 14-27

Inside Higher Ed highlighted the University's transparent tuition plan in a special report. The Conversation featured articles by Shelley Inglis, Human Rights Center executive director, and Chun Zhang, assistant marketing professor. Al Jazeera English, BBC News Mundo, CTV in Canada and The Washington Post also sought faculty expertise to explain current events.

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Innovation September 06, 2019
Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announces UD as part of Ohio IP promise challenge to help attract, develop businesses with intellectual property

Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted announced today the University of Dayton will be part of the Ohio IP Promise, a partnership among Ohio's public universities, the University of Dayton and Case Western Reserve University to use intellectual property developed at those universities to attract new business to the state.

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Law September 06, 2019
UD in the news Sept. 1-6

The Conversation featured immigration expert Miranda Hallett's piece on how climate change is driving emigration from Central America as its lead article on Friday. University of Dayton made Sierra's list of Cool Schools for a second straight year and Insider.com's list of 'best college dorms in the US.' Political scientist Nancy Miller was a guest of the Politics Podcast on FiveThirtyEight. The Daily Beast talked to Meghan Henning in religious studies for its story 'Why did Saint Peter paralyze his own daughter?'

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Science September 03, 2019
University of Dayton alumni couple donate $5 million to support student scholarships, undergraduate research

University of Dayton alumni Margie and Bill Klesse have donated $5 million to fund scholarships and research opportunities in science and engineering for high-achieving students with financial need.

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