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Engineering News


In a Special Class

02.06.2012 | Engineering, Campus and Community, Science

A Nobel winner; pioneers in engineering and the Internet; a leader in HVAC and a local foundation are the first School of Engineering hall of famers. More


Highly Sought Grads

02.03.2012 | Students, Engineering, Hot Topics, Business, Education

Ninety-five percent of spring 2011 undergraduates report being employed, pursuing an advanced degree or participating in a service program. More


Bolstering Airbus

01.23.2012 | Research, Engineering, Science

The Research Institute will participate in a consortium that will provide new composite materials, products and technologies to Airbus. More


The Value of Fellowship

01.19.2012 | Engineering, Science, Research, Faculty

The Institute of Physics named professor Partha Banerjee a fellow, the ranks of which includes U.S. energy secretary and Nobel laureate Stephen Chu. More


Learning. Anywhere, Anytime.

01.17.2012 | Students, Education, Engineering

The University's online graduate degree programs in engineering and education are ranked among the best in the nation. More


Entrepreneurial Spirit

01.04.2012 | Students, Engineering

The University will be part of a $2.4 million grant to help educate engineers to contribute to the entrepreneurial cultures of their companies. More


A Daring Innovator

01.03.2012 | Students, Campus and Community

The University's chief recruiter of students is getting national attention for his innovation and success. More


The 100-Year Effect

12.27.2011 | Energy and Environment, Engineering, Science

'Dayton Daily News' chronicles how the School of Engineering has helped the University become a national leader in aerospace and energy research. More


A New Smart Car?

12.20.2011 | Research, Engineering, Faculty

Think again if you think you can't change your car's fuel usage. A new book hopes to help engineers make cars that "show" consumers how to save fuel. More


Is it Safe?

12.15.2011 | Engineering, Faculty, Science, Health, Research

The NIH awarded $350,000 to the University to study the potential negative effects of nanoparticles in common, everyday products. More