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Faculty in the News: June 23, 2017

June 23, 2017

Neomi DeAnda discusses the reaction of U.S. Catholic archdioceses to activists' push for sanctuary of undocumented immigrants. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.


Faculty Profile: P Kelly Williams

June 21, 2017

For 12 years now, biology professor P Kelly Williams has been traveling to Ecuador with UD students as part of the University's BreakOut trips, domestic or international cultural immersions where participants help the community through service.


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."


Controlling Insect Communities

June 13, 2017

University of Dayton insect ecologist Chelse Prather is "rewriting the textbook" about the role certain minerals might play in controlling grasshopper and other insect populations under a $346,500 National Science Foundation grant.


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.


Research for the Common Good

June 12, 2017

On my first day as president, I toured engineering labs, talking with students and faculty about advanced materials and vision-guided robots. Their passion moved me. Their work amazed me.


Faculty in the News: June 9, 2017

June 09, 2017

U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Accord has become an important topic of discussion across multiple academic disciplines. Read Bob Brecha's commentary on this decision, and follow other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.


Marianist ‘Spectacle’

May 30, 2017

Step aside, Alexander Hamilton. The University of Dayton will premiere a new musical about one of its own "founding fathers," Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, who survived persecution during the French Revolution and started the Society of Mary in 1817.


Peace Prize Winning Professor's Parting Words

May 25, 2017

As John Terzano prepares to leave the University of Dayton School of Law, it's a line from "To Kill A Mockingbird" that he hopes will stick with students.

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