Health Sciences


Meet the SEHS Class of 2021

September 01, 2017

This fall, the University of Dayton welcomed its largest and most diverse class in school history, with more than 2,200 incoming freshmen. And with its increased undergraduate enrollment, the School of Education and Health Sciences is helping contribute to that milestone.


Good Things Come in Threes

August 30, 2017

The odds of having triplets are about 1 in 1,000. The chances a set of triplets would attend the University of Dayton, share the same major and work in the same research laboratories are no doubt smaller still.


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.


TREND Interim Director

May 12, 2017

The University of Dayton appointed Amit Singh as interim director of the Center for Tissue Regeneration and Engineering at Dayton (TREND), effective May 1. Singh, an associate professor and director of the graduate program in biology, joined the faculty in 2007.


Alumna finds passion working with those affected by eating disorders

May 04, 2017

Ashley Solomon '05 combines her passion for gender issues and psychology helping those affected by eating disorders.


'Millennial Reboot'

May 04, 2017

A new book by a University of Dayton alumna is tailor-made for the newest class of college graduates entering the workforce this month – and may have some lessons for their employers, too.


Student Profile: Emily Kegel

May 01, 2017

University of Dayton senior Emily Kegel took an immersion trip to Cameroon during her first year that changed her life. The premedical major from Louisville, Kentucky, was described by history professor Julius Amin as "one of the leading proponents for diversity and inclusion on campus." She soon will embark on a two-year journey to Botswana to serve in the Peace Corps.


‘Cancer Research’ Cover

April 19, 2017

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.

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