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Giving July 05, 2022
'Respected,' 'well-positioned;' new vice president for advancement has experienced many facets of University of Dayton community

The path Christopher Morrison has traveled has touched many facets of the University of Dayton experience — student, alum, parent of three graduates and employee. Known and respected across the University, he is well-positioned to lead UD's advancement and fundraising efforts when he becomes vice president for advancement Aug. 1.

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Engineering July 01, 2022
UD in the News June 17-July 1

The New York Times, The Conversation, Bloomberg Law, Inside Higher Ed and WIRED are among the national news outlets recently highlighting UD faculty expertise. Faculty also gave several interviews to local media about recent legislation and U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

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Faculty and Staff June 28, 2022
Jen Howe to take position with Georgia Tech; Christopher Morrison named vice president of advancement

University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina announced today that Vice President of Advancement Jennifer Howe has accepted a position with Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia, effective July 31. Spina named Christopher Morrison, associate vice president and director of campaign operations, to succeed Howe as vice president.

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Research June 17, 2022
UD in the News June 4-17

The Conversation, the USA TODAY Network and Spectrum News 1 Ohio are among the national and regional media highlighting UD faculty expertise and research. Melissa Oei wrote about her experiences as a student entrepreneur for Poets & Quants For Undergrads. Local media featured how UD Arena was more than just a basketball venue during the pandemic.

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Athletics June 13, 2022
Of the community, for the community: UD Arena more than just a place for basketball during pandemic

University of Dayton Arena was scheduled to be ready for March Madness on March 15, 2020. But COVID-19 changed that. By that evening, a flurry of text messages to UD Arena Executive Director Scott DeBolt set into motion a transformation of UD Arena unlike any in its history. By March 17, 2020, the day the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament should have tipped in Dayton, the arena became southwest Ohio's first mass public COVID-19 testing site.

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Sustainability June 03, 2022
University of Dayton appoints Hanley Sustainability Institute executive director

The University of Dayton has appointed Don Pair, a 30-year faculty member, as executive director of its Hanley Sustainability Institute. 

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Faculty and Staff June 03, 2022
UD in the News May 28-June 3

The Washington Post and NewsNation tapped UD faculty expertise. President Eric F. Spina was a guest of a Dayton Daily News podcast to discuss the pandemic and the future of Dayton.

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Engineering May 27, 2022
UD in the News May 21-27

The Conversation, Sinclair Broadcasting's The National Desk and Popular Science are among the national media outlets tapping faculty expertise. Local media highlighted the University as one of Ohio's first Collegiate Purple Star institutions for being supportive and inclusive of military-connected students.

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Business May 24, 2022
What makes a good whistleblower, U.S. Patent & Trademark reps highlight School of Law seminar

Representatives from the United States Patent & Trademark Office plus discussions on NFTs and the future of sports, coaching clients through a data breach and what makes a good whistleblower highlight the University of Dayton School of Law's 31st annual Program in Law and Technology Seminar 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday, June 10, in Keller Hall.

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Engineering May 24, 2022
When milliseconds matter: Researcher to improve speed of wireless communication with $166K National Science Foundation grant

In remote surgery or autonomous vehicles, milliseconds matter when a wireless system sends, receives and executes commands. University of Dayton researcher Feng Ye hopes to help improve the speed of 5G and beyond 5G wireless communication with a $166,520 National Science Foundation grant.

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