Innovation


Reimagining the MBA

October 09, 2017

Just 12 short months ago, faculty in the School of Business Administration approved a new version of their MBA program, one in which we partner with 2U Inc., the national leader in supporting high-quality, high-touch online education. What’s happened since then has been remarkable.


KEEN to Change Engineering Education

October 04, 2017

Engineering education leaders from across the country gathered in Dayton as The University of Dayton hosted the annual KEEN Leader Meeting Sept. 27-29. Participants arriving on campus Thursday morning got a taste of the Marianist spirit as they were welcomed at the Chapel by a chain of engineering student Ambassadors who guided the arrivals to Kennedy Union, site of their meeting.


If You Build It...

October 04, 2017

On the 20th anniversary of Keller Hall a look back at how it got off the ground and why it almost had a different look and a different name.


Beyond the Classroom

September 29, 2017

Karen Velasquez had never recorded a podcast or produced a video, but if you’re the director of experiential learning (EL) on campus, hands-on learning is what it’s all about.


Dayton Flyers: Saving Lives and Saving Seats

September 28, 2017

Dayton Engineering graduates and students win big for innovative designs and research, ranging from more comfortable stadium seating to emergency response drones.


Science Funding Tops $3M

September 18, 2017

The National Science Foundation has awarded eight grants totaling more than $2.3 million to University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences faculty during the last 12 months - supporting science, technology, engineering and mathematics research for the common good. Combined with two previous, active grants, the College’s current NSF funding total exceeds $3 million.


Engineers with a Vision

September 14, 2017

The School of Engineering Vision Awards celebrate faculty and staff who make significant contributions to advance our values of community, innovation, excellence, and engagement and service.


Two engineers receive UD Alumni Awards

September 12, 2017

Two engineering alumni, including an engineering legend who is credited with developing the first solid state computer, received Alumni Awards at a ceremony this past weekend.


Civil Engineers have New Equipment to Practice Intersection Design and Safety

September 06, 2017

If you think that traffic lights are just hanging boxes with three colored lights, you’d be surprised at today’s high tech traffic control systems.


Garden of Plenty

September 05, 2017

Inspired by environmental biology and sustainability, energy and the environment students, and led by the Hanley Sustainability Institute and facilities management, the University of Dayton Kennedy Union rooftop garden will provide a campus hub for sustainability education, improved aesthetics and a cooler roof that can lower the building's energy costs, and send cleaner water into storm sewers.

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