UD in the News Nov. 4-10

November 10, 2017

Research, Hot Topics, Sustainability, Catholic, Science, International, Human Rights, Law

The Associated Press featured engineering research on artificial intelligence while The Saturday Evening Post and The Wall Street Journal tapped experts to discuss "fake news" in Russia and the split jury in the bribery and corruption trial of a U.S. senator, respectively.


Flyer Pitch in Asia

November 03, 2017

Business, International

Two business ideas focused on technology won the opening rounds in China and Vietnam of the University of Dayton Flyer Pitch competition, one of the largest international business plan contests at the collegiate level.


International Research

November 01, 2017

Research, International

There’s not an obvious connection between water and information technology — unless you ask Simanti Dasgupta.


Heritage Today

October 23, 2017

Campus and Community, International

A new University of Dayton library exhibit will feature art elements of the oldest and longest canal in the world, the Grand Canal of China.


A Vision for Change

October 18, 2017

Diversity and Inclusion, International, Hot Topics, Human Rights, Culture and Society, Research

An international cast of civil rights, race, immigration and human rights experts will convene at the University of Dayton Nov. 8-10 for the Social Practice of Human Rights conference.


UD in the News Oct. 1-6

October 06, 2017

President, Catholic, Faculty, Science, Law, Human Rights, Engineering, Sustainability, International, Campus and Community, Hot Topics, Culture and Society, Research

University of Dayton faculty shared their expertise on human rights, politics, marriage and transportation with national media outlets during the first week of October.


UD in the News Sept. 23-29

September 28, 2017

International, Energy and Environment, Engineering, Sustainability, Research, President, Human Rights, Law, Faculty, Catholic

A leading national Catholic media outlet and local media turned to University of Dayton experts to discuss nuclear deterrence, immigration and sustainability. Plus, a national publication covering the robotics industry picked up our news of a gift to support the Motoman Robotics Lab.


Research offers tough love to improve human rights practices

September 27, 2017

Faculty, International, Human Rights

The University of Dayton Human Rights Center and human rights studies program have partnered with OpenGlobalRights to share research and commentary with a half-million readers in more than 140 countries and 12 languages. In the University's first installment, Joel Pruce, an assistant professor of human rights, discusses how practicing the same human rights habits does not guarantee improvement over time.


China Institute Growth

August 31, 2017

International

Since its inception, the University of Dayton China Institute has experienced steady growth and now, at its fifth anniversary, is launching new programs and partnerships.


Learning without Borders

July 21, 2017

Catholic, Culture and Society, Service and Giving, Sustainability, Students, International, Research

A University of Dayton education isn’t limited to the Dayton city limits. Just ask the 500 students who are making the world their campus this summer.

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