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University to join Midwest network to address national semiconductor needs

With Intel building two chip factories in Ohio, the University of Dayton is joining leading Midwest research institutions in a network to support the semiconductor and microelectronics industry's research, supply chain and workforce needs.

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For 20 years, Darrell Cotton climbed the ranks from history teacher to school administrator in Quaker education. Now he's poised to make an even greater impact through the University of Dayton's online doctor of education program.

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Forbes featured the supply chain expertise of Michael Gorman and UD's online Ed.D program. Local media highlighted UD joining a Midwest network to address national semiconductor needs and School of Law Dean Andrew Strauss.

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To University of Dayton mechanical engineering student Grace Silverberg and her classmates, "business" can be a foreign language. But with UD's Stitt Scholars program, she's able to speak to those in the field who someday will help sell her ideas.

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Local media highlighted the first Flyer Legal Pathways students. Brian LaDuca, executive director of the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation, talked to Forbes about microcredentials.

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U.S News & World Report tapped the expertise of cybersecurity expert Dave Salisbury for its story "10 things to do if your identity is stolen." featured the School of Law's Flyer Legal Pathways Program.

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Landing investment banking jobs is challenging, so UD business student Isaac Grude created a club to help classmates gain experiential learning and networking opportunities, plus a leg up on the competition.

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The University of Dayton has earned the Above and Beyond Award from the Ohio Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve for exceeding the legal requirements of the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act.

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