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International Entrepreneurs

July 05, 2018

Innovation, Business, International

Two teams of University of Dayton entrepreneurs won spots in the final round of the China-US Young Maker Competition, along with free travel to Beijing to compete Aug. 13-17.


UD in the News April 28-May 4

May 04, 2018

Teacher Education, Diversity and Inclusion, Research, UDRI, Campus and Community, Innovation, Technology, Law, International, Faculty and Staff, Students, Faith/Mission, Science, Business, Engineering

National and regional media highlighted University of Dayton research in aviation history, aviation fuels, bringing more diverse children's books to the classroom and fighting the opioid crisis. They tapped our experts for discussions on developing leaders in the information technology world, the upcoming midterm elections, how to choose the best credit card deals and a new Catholic feast day.


UD in the News April 21-27

April 27, 2018

Students, Service, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Sustainability, Innovation, Faith/Mission, Business

Chief Information Officer Tom Skill talked to Education Dive, a national online publication covering education, about building an information security team and protecting student data and Cincinnati NPR affiliate WVXU-FM did a story on Flyer Pitch winner Shane Page.


UD in the News April 7-13

April 12, 2018

Technology, Faith/Mission, Business, Teacher Education, Fine and Performing Arts, Faculty and Staff, Sustainability, Engineering, Innovation, Law, Students, Diversity and Inclusion

U.S. News & World Report tapped Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Rob Durkle for its story "10 Ways to Help Your Teen with the College Decision" and Shauna Adams, executive director of the Center for Early Learning, was a guest on the Catholic Ed 4 All podcast, which addresses the importance of special education in Catholic schools.


UD in the News April 1-6

April 06, 2018

Diversity and Inclusion, Research, Students, Libraries, Law, Campus and Community, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Business, Faith/Mission, Innovation, Science, Technology, Fine and Performing Arts

A national science website featured biologist Chelse Prather's research, historian Julius Amin was a guest on China Global Television Network (CGTN) America's "The Heat" to discuss the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Marian Library archivist Kayla Harris placed an editorial in one of the nation's leading Catholic publications.


UD in the News March 24-30

March 29, 2018

Diversity and Inclusion, Law, Faculty and Staff, Innovation, Human Rights, Technology

U.S. News and World Report talked to Rob Durkle in admission and financial aid and Paul Vanderburgh in graduate academic affairs about how the University improves access to a our high-quality education.


UD in the News March 17-23

March 23, 2018

Students, Innovation, Research, Technology, Diversity and Inclusion, Campus and Community, Faith/Mission, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Business

The Guardian Nigeria highlighted the University's efforts to remove admission barriers for students from the country and the National Catholic Reporter ran news of the solar panels soon to be installed on campus.


UD in the News March 3-9

March 09, 2018

Faith/Mission, Students, Campus and Community, Faculty and Staff, Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion, International

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education published an op-ed by President Eric F. Spina about celebrating Black History Month throughout the year plus listed the University among the early adopters of The Common Application for Transfer Students to simplify the transfer process.


Innovative Educator

February 26, 2018

Innovation

University of Dayton physiologist Anne Crecelius will bring new technology into the classroom through a national prize that recognizes innovative teachers.


UD in the News Feb. 3-9

February 09, 2018

Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion, Science, UDRI, Human Rights, Business, Faculty and Staff, Research, Technology, Students, Engineering, Law

'Diverse Issues in Higher Education' highlighted our new executive director of the Office Multicultural Affairs, 'Fortune' ran commentary from law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister and law student Jessica Bernard; and leading Catholic magazine 'America' tapped Bill Portier, Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology, to discuss challenges for Catholic ministry in Appalachia.

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