UD in the News Aug. 12-18

August 18, 2017

Faculty and Staff, Research, Humanities and Social Sciences

Media highlighted the University's strategic vision, hands-on learning opportunities, responses to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and our incoming class the week of Aug. 12-18.


Patent Pending

August 16, 2017

Students, Engineering, Research

At the turn of the decade, they were preparing to head to college. Today, they're on the verge of being named on a patent with international food services company Hobart, a subsidiary of ITW Food Equipment Group LLC.


UD in the News Aug. 1-11

August 11, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty and Staff, Research

University of Dayton faculty shared their research and expertise on topics ranging from business to foreign affairs in national media outlets during the first two weeks of August.


On The Academic Minute

August 09, 2017

Research

University of Dayton Professor of Management Christian Kiewitz shares his research on defensive silence on the popular radio program The Academic Minute.


UD in the News July 24-28

July 28, 2017

Research, Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty and Staff

University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina's column on the campus memorial to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a feature on the UD Sinclair Academy are among the national news highlights for the week of July 24-28.


Sustained Research Partners

July 24, 2017

Research

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded a $43-million ceiling Air Force contract to perform a comprehensive program of research and development in nonmetallic materials for maintenance, repair and manufacture of Air Force air, space and ground vehicles.


Learning without Borders

July 21, 2017

Service, Humanities and Social Sciences, Faith/Mission, 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.


NASA Funded Research

July 19, 2017

Faculty and Staff, Research

Earthquakes in high mountain regions like the one that struck Nepal in 2015 can trigger large landslides that bury villages, flood rivers and block important international roads, resulting in catastrophic human and economic losses.


Solutions for Common Good

June 19, 2017

Students, Research, Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty and Staff, Science

A new interactive website illustrates the full force of the University of Dayton?s standing as a major national research university.


Experimental Psychology

May 03, 2017

Humanities and Social Sciences, Research

Think you?re good at something? Better than the average person? Turns out, your thoughts may be able to improve your performance.

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