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Engineering News


High Praise

01.25.2008 | Law, Business, Engineering, Students, Campus and Community

In recommending accreditation for the University of Dayton for another decade, reviewers commended educational excellence and a "commitment to community" that springs from UD's Catholic, Marianist mission. More


Respected Professor Mourned

01.09.2008 | Engineering, Faculty

Krishna Pasala, 58, was an electrical and computer engineering professor at UD since 1980. More


Third in the Nation

11.19.2007 | Research, Engineering

UD's graduate materials engineering faculty are prolific researchers. Among 200 research universities, they rank third in the country, according to a new survey. More


Spurring Innovation

11.14.2007 | Engineering

Emerson Climate Technologies and its parent company, Emerson, have made a $1 million gift to the University of Dayton for the Product Innovation Laboratory in the School of Engineering. More


Bonds with Boeing

10.08.2007 | Engineering, Research, Campus and Community

The Boeing Co. has selected the University of Dayton as a preferred partner. More


On Boeing's List

10.04.2007 | Engineering, Research

The strength of the University of Dayton's engineering research has earned it a spot on the Boeing Co.'s list of preferred universities. More


Campus Report Sep 5, 2007

09.05.2007 | Science, Campus and Community, Engineering, Research

The U.S. Air Force has asked the University of Dayton Research Institute to help keep its A-10 fleet flying safely. More


Campus Report July 5, 2007

07.05.2007 | Engineering, Faculty

People in action around campus. More


Keep Your Motor Running

05.18.2007 | Engineering, Research, Faculty

Research findings will help revolutionize aircraft engine design with the promise of reduced costs and increased capabilities. More


New Ideas Born in a Barn

03.23.2007 | Engineering

Nearly a century ago, local engineers Colonel Edward Deeds and Charles Kettering gathered the region's engineers into Deeds' barn to exchange ideas, problems and solutions. School of Engineering Dean Joseph Saliba hopes the "new barn" he helped raise becomes what Deeds' barn did for Dayton a century ago. More