Deep Thoughts

October 30, 2017

Engineering, Science, Faculty and Staff, Research

University of Dayton researcher Tarek Taha hopes his third National Science Foundation award is a charm in his quest to develop a brain-inspired computer chip that can learn by itself and be more secure, efficient and compact than current chips.

Laser Focused Research

October 30, 2017


The National Science Foundation has awarded University of Dayton researcher Andy Chong $302,700 to create the next generation of pulsed lasers for hospitals and clinics.

UD in the News Oct. 21-27

October 27, 2017

Faculty and Staff, Research, Law, Business, Health, Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences

During the last week of October, the American Bar Association featured a law school curricular innovation and an international podcast highlighted health and sports science research on marathons.

A Vision for Change

October 18, 2017

Diversity and Inclusion, International, Humanities and Social Sciences, Human Rights, 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, Science, Law, Human Rights, Engineering, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sustainability, International, Campus and Community, Faith/Mission, Research, Faculty and Staff

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, Engineering, Faith/Mission, Sustainability, Research, Faculty and Staff, President, Human Rights, Law, Humanities and Social Sciences

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.

Lean Buildings

September 13, 2017

Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Students, Sustainability, Research

In the midst of rising temperatures and energy bills this summer, the University of Dayton School of Engineering received another $100,000 from the state of Ohio for the Ohio Lean Buildings Program to conduct energy audits with local energy consulting firm Entriq Solutions and Sinclair Community College.

Garden of Plenty

September 05, 2017

Students, Humanities and Social Sciences, Sustainability, Research

Inspired by environmental biology and sustainability, energy and the environment students, and led by the Hanley Sustainability Institute and facilities management, the University of Dayton Kennedy Union rooftop garden will provide a campus hub for sustainability education, improved aesthetics and a cooler roof that can lower the building's energy costs, and send cleaner water into storm sewers.

UD in the News Aug. 26-31

September 01, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty and Staff, Research

National and local media highlighted the School of Engineering's successes in increasing women in engineering and working toward eliminating book deserts, while the Human Rights Center's efforts to education Ohio's youth about human trafficking drew regional media attention.

UD in the News Aug. 19-25

August 25, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Research, Faculty and Staff

Media highlighted the University's efforts to make a University of Dayton education more accessible and affordable, students who will be listed on a patent, and engineering expertise in autonomous vehicles the week of Aug. 19-25.

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