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Telling Our Story

10.19.2010 | President

The University of Dayton, its faculty, students and programs are making news, and the world is taking notice. More


Not Just Some Ordinary Yo-Yo

10.15.2010 | Business, Engineering, Students

A student's invention has caught the attention of a major toy company and netted an invitation to speak at the National Innovation Summit. More


What Will You Take Away?

10.11.2010 | Campus and Community, Students

Question: What can a stuffed penguin, a bag of cat food and a canteen tell you about the University of Dayton? More


September News Briefs

09.16.2010 | Engineering, Education, Law, Campus and Community, President, Faculty, Business

Campus will be alive with events featuring Stephen King's birthday, a "food fight," a giant paper chain and a discussion about whether trademark laws are outdated, among others. School of Law names Susan Wawrose director of the School of Law's graduate law programs. More


Engineering a Success Story

08.25.2010 | Students, Engineering

The School of Engineering sets a record for first-year enrollment. More


Sprucing Up Brown Street

06.04.2010 | Campus and Community

Fewer driving lanes, mid-block crosswalks, street trees and landscaping, dedicated bike lanes and a continuous left-turn lane are in the plans for an improved Brown Street. More


Among the Nation's Best

04.15.2010 | Engineering

U.S. News & World Report ranks the School of Engineering graduate program 57th in the nation. More


New Master's in Bioengineering

01.08.2010 | Science, Engineering

New program will address need for one of Ohio's four growth industry clusters; Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the biomedical engineering field is in the top tier of projected growth potential. More


Accolades from the Governor

10.28.2009 | Research

The University of Dayton is the only Ohio school to receive two Ohio centers of excellence. Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland bestowed the designation upon the von Ohain Fuels & Combustion Center and a newly created center working with strategic energy and environmental informatics. More


Saliba Named Engineering Dean

08.11.2009 | Engineering

Tony Saliba, Wilke Distinguished Professor, chair of the department of chemical and materials engineering and a three-time University of Dayton graduate, wants to take a greater leadership role in leveraging the Dayton region's strengths in engineering innovation. More