Engineering


Local High-Tech Job Possibilities

August 17, 2017

A soon-to-be-patented postage-stamp-sized ceramic module developed in part by a pair of University of Dayton electrical engineering researchers is the catalyst for a startup company and high-tech manufacturing jobs in the region.


S.U.R.E.: “Let’s be real—life decisions are hard.”

August 02, 2017

To ease decision-making, the School of Engineering’s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (S.U.R.E.) offers undergraduate students a research option at the University of Dayton.


Librarians Welcome New STEM Majors

August 01, 2017

Workshop's hands-on journal activities give first-year STEM majors an introduction to the scholarly research cycle.


New Level of Play!

July 18, 2017

Megan and Tim Reissman, mechanical engineering assistant professors, worked with Go Baby Go! at Northwestern before joining the University of Dayton and spearheading the Dayton Go Baby Go! impact. Now, we have a video of the Go Baby Go! Dayton event and effect.


Flying High on the Ground: Experiential Learning

July 05, 2017

Best Project Presentation went to University of Dayton engineering students, Jacob Korczyk and Hunter Johnston, at the It Flies! UK competition.


High-Performing Technology for High-Powered Research

June 23, 2017

The Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics has collaborated with UDit to install and maintain a high performance computing cluster.


Training Leaders and Critical Thinkers

June 22, 2017

A transformative place, the School of Engineering’s Innovation Center is where innovation and entrepreneurship intersect and where design projects come to life for the community.


Catalyzing STEM Research

June 16, 2017

The University of Dayton's new STEM Catalyst grant program is funding eight faculty and student research projects this summer that aspire to help address societal and public health issues - supporting the institution's goal to become "The University for the Common Good."


Catalyzing STEM Research

June 15, 2017

The University of Dayton's new STEM Catalyst grant program is funding eight faculty and student research projects this summer that aspire to help address societal and public health issues - supporting the institution's goal to become "The University for the Common Good."


eCommons downloads surpass 400,000; Digital Commons crosses half-billion mark

June 12, 2017

This month, as UD’s institutional repository surpassed a milestone of 400,000 downloads of its open-access content, its host, the bepress Digital Commons Network, surpassed half a billion.

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