A frog that freezes. PlayStations that think. Read about it, and more, in the new Discovery digital magazine, highlighting the University's research.


Lasting Effects of Drought

04.23.2014 | Science, Research, Faculty, Energy and Environment

New research shows how short-lived but severe events can trigger ecosystem changes that last for centuries. More


Positive Legal Outcome

04.22.2014 | Students, Law

School of Law graduates are finding jobs in their field at rates higher than state or local averages, according to American Bar Association data. More


Inventions for a Better Life

04.15.2014 | Science, Research, Faculty

Two discoveries in University of Dayton laboratories recently received patents, paving the way for use in medical treatments that, among other applications, could make antibiotics 1,000 times more effective. More


Flowers without End

04.15.2014 | Campus and Community, Energy and Environment, Catholic

A rich archive and extensive website devoted to the study of Mary flowers and gardens has been donated to the Marian Library. More


A Winning Plan

04.14.2014 | Campus and Community, Business

An innovative, shelf-stable organic medical meal took home the $25,000 prize in the 2014 Business Plan Competition. More


Madness or Craft?

04.08.2014 | Campus and Community, Culture and Society

On the eve of the Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop, author, actress, screenwriter and director Cathryn Michon talks about the craft of writing -- and why she's so passionate about a grassroots effort to bring her latest movie to cities across America. More


For the Love of Erma

04.08.2014 | Culture and Society, Campus and Community

For Erma Bombeck fans, is carrying a wealth of interviews about the legendary humorist, whose writing captured the foibles of family life in a way that made us laugh at ourselves. More


Moving Dayton Forward

04.02.2014 | Service and Giving, Campus and Community

The 29th annual CityLinks Neighborhood Conference will focus on moving Dayton forward through new ideas and initiatives. More


Student Portfolio Winners

04.01.2014 | Students, Business

Student teams from seven universities were honored in the RISE 14 student-managed portfolio competition. More


Come on over Mars Rover

03.31.2014 |

NASA rover power system at Research Institute allows researchers to provide data for current and future missions. More


Confidence Rising

03.27.2014 | Culture and Society, Hot Topics, Business, Students

Up-and-coming investors at the annual RISE forum trust Wall Street more and have optimism about the stock market over the next year More



03.25.2014 | Campus and Community, Culture and Society

Would-be authors will receive the chance to write their own perfect ending at "Pitchapalooza," billed as the "American Idol for books, only kinder and gentler" at the sold-out April 10-12 Erma Bombeck Writers' Workshop. More