University of Dayton junior Corey Kuminecz could have worked a typical summer job back home in Indiana, but it would have done little to advance his skills for a potential career in environmental biology. Instead, he is assisting in a National Science Foundation-funded research project to study the impact of invasive honeysuckle shrubs on the biodiversity and function of Dayton-area streams.
A University of Dayton alumnus who is considered a pioneer in the field of sea turtle research has committed $100,000 to launch an endowed fund to assist biology and environmental science students with their research projects.
The Pride of Dayton Marching Band consists of students from the University of Dayton, Wright State University and Sinclair Community College. These members generate Flyer spirit in performances on the local, regional, and national levels.