Innovation


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.


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."


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.


Go Baby Go!

June 02, 2017

A University of Dayton husband-wife team dedicated to developing assistive devices for people with mobility issues is helping bring a national initiative to the Miami Valley that will give toddlers the gift of movement.


New classroom approach brings passion to the forefront of learning

May 19, 2017

Some people love sailing, others golf or running. First year faculty member, Dr. Sidaard “Sid” Gunasekaran, has a passion for aerodynamics and the equations that are used to improve performance in not only flight, but all of these activities.


Code for Success

May 15, 2017

At the Stander Symposium highlighting undergraduate research and discovery, I listened with fascination as senior computer science major Josh Buck talked about his efforts to create a new software model for human-computer dialogue that’s more sophisticated than personal assistant technologies like Apple's “Siri.”


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.


Undergraduate Wins Research Award

May 03, 2017

University of Dayton senior Josh Buck won the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) research competition for undergraduate students for his work with human computer dialogue. The ACM is the professional society for computer science.

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