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What Does it Mean to be Human?

12.02.2011 | Students, Education, Campus and Community

An age-old question is inspiring a contemporary curriculum. A new undergraduate curriculum will launch in 2013. More


Winter Wonderland

11.28.2011 | Service and Giving, Campus and Community, Students

Students will welcome Dayton-area school children to a winter wonderland of cartoon characters, games and Santa Claus during Christmas on Campus. More


Building Buzz

11.22.2011 | Students, Culture and Society, Hot Topics

High school seniors are invited to create videos on what servant-leadership means to them and compete for a total of $50,000. More


Pushing the Throttle Up

11.17.2011 | Engineering, Research, Business, Science, Faculty, Students

With two companies already recruited to the Ohio Aerospace Hub, director Kerry Taylor is looking for more. More


Engineering for a Cause

11.17.2011 | Engineering, Students, Culture and Society, Faculty, Catholic

A new book calls for engineering schools to broaden its education to explore how engineers can better respect the environment and service the poor. More


The Greater Good

11.14.2011 | Research, Campus and Community, Hot Topics

The University of Dayton's new national television commercial takes viewers on a visually powerful, animated journey. More


An Executive School

11.09.2011 | Research, Engineering, Students

General Electric Co. has named Dayton one of its 45 executive schools. It's the latest step in a strong partnership between the University and GE. More


An Active Campus

10.25.2011 | Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Hot Topics, Energy and Environment, Students

Climate, time management and remembering fallen heroes are among the themes of upcoming events. More


Award-Winning Fuels Research

10.21.2011 | Science, Engineering, Energy and Environment, Research

The Air Force Association gives its highest award in science and engineering to the alternative fuels team for its alternative fuels work. More


Creating High-Tech Jobs

10.18.2011 | Campus and Community, Engineering, Research

Three high-tech companies will move to campus, creating jobs based on the University's research strength in ladar and optical communications. More