A University of Dayton professor's research into ways to identify and possibly treat an aggressive form of brain cancer was part of a study published in the prestigious journal Cancer Research. That issue's cover image — a microscopic view of a fruit fly's central nervous system — was taken in Madhuri Kango-Singh's laboratory and highlights her work on the study.
The University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences celebrated outstanding scholarship in teaching, curricular innovation, creative activity and research-based community engagement April 7 at its annual College faculty recognition event.
Since I started at UD, I determined that my passion and my future definitely lie in sustainability. At first I felt I couldn't really do much until I graduated with my degree and went out into the "real world." However, I didn't want to let that passion fade and I realized there was an impact I could be having even as an undergrad, by working with HSI on campus.