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Everybody Loves UD

08.20.2012 | Students, Campus and Community

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Bigger, Better, More Diverse

08.14.2012 | Campus and Community, Students

Move-in day is always historic for incoming students and their families, but this year when they arrive, they'll make University of Dayton history. More

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A New Look

08.14.2012 | Campus and Community, Students

Students returning to campus will be treated to a new residence hall, refaced College Park Center, a more comfortable Boll Theatre, and more. More

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Rising from a Fall

08.02.2012 | Students, Engineering

Her father's struggle with cancer inspired Renee Beach to examine how transitions between surfaces affect balance and prevent injuries from falls. More

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Need It, Print It

07.25.2012 | Engineering, Science, Research

Need an extra part? Draw up a design and then print it. Not the design -- the actual working part, like the ice scraper pictured here. More

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Bridge to Success

07.17.2012 | Engineering, Students, Science

The Minority STEM Summer Bridge Program gives incoming minority STEM students a feel for the college experience before their first class this fall. More

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Going Global

07.10.2012 | International, Science, Engineering, Students, Hot Topics, Research

The University of Dayton will open a stand-alone center in China in August in one of the world's fast-growing development zones. More

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'Holy Grail' of Tissue Repair

06.27.2012 | Health, Engineering, Research, Science

A University of Dayton bioengineering lab designed carbon-based scaffolds that promote faster healing and offer greater function of injured tissue. More

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"SMART" Technology

06.22.2012 | Science, Research, Engineering

R&D Magazine lauded "SMART" RFID technology developed at the Research Institute as one of the year's "most technologically significant new products." More

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We've Got An App For That

06.20.2012 | Students, Research, Engineering, Energy and Environment, Hot Topics

Our savvy graduate engineering students won a national prize in the "Apps for Energy" contest with a tool to help homeowners save on their electricity bills. More