Research


Working to Better My Piece of the World

April 19, 2017

Since I started at UD, I determined that my passion and my future definitely lie in sustainability. At first I felt I couldn't really do much until I graduated with my degree and went out into the "real world." However, I didn't want to let that passion fade and I realized there was an impact I could be having even as an undergrad, by working with HSI on campus.


‘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.


Sustainable Community

April 11, 2017

After a semester abroad in Iceland focusing on climate change in the Arctic, I returned to campus energized with a desire to enhance the University’s sustainability. I began working on a project to track campus transportation and travel.


Faculty in the News: April 10, 2017

April 10, 2017

Professor Janet Bednarek provides historical insight into changing views toward appropriate attire for air travel. Read about this and other recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary


Networking our Future

April 05, 2017

We talk a lot about how we think UD perceives sustainability, but we do not have any concrete data to support our claims. So I worked with HSI's Post-Doctoral fellow, Dr. Felix Fernando, to create this survey. We’re hoping to use the results from this survey to advance HSI's efforts in the future.


Student Profile: Martin Blay

April 05, 2017

German graduate student and visiting scholar Martin Blay spent three months this semester at the University of Dayton researching his doctoral dissertation on miracles. A native of Bavaria, Germany, Blay attends the University of Regensburg, where his main interests are divine action and analytic metaphysics. He hopes to publish his dissertation and become a Lay minister in his home diocese of Ausenberg by fall.


Stander Symposium Co-chairs

April 04, 2017

The Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium is the University of Dayton's annual showcase of students' academic achievements. This year, the program is co-chaired by two College of Arts and Sciences faculty members — Joel Whitaker, professor in the department of art and design, and Shannon Driskell, professor in the department of mathematics.


State of the Art Lab Renovations

March 30, 2017

The University of Dayton started the first phase of its Science Center renovations with state-of-the-art upgrades to more than 2,500 square feet of space in Sherman Hall. The renovations include two flexible, adaptable research labs to be used by department of biology faculty members Jayne Robinson and Yasuhiko Irie.


Bro. Joseph W. Stander Symposium Expands in Offerings

March 29, 2017

The 29th annual Stander Symposium offers new components to this year's event.


UD Engineers Take First, Third Prizes at Research Fair

March 29, 2017

Nuha Al Habis (pictured) Awarded First Place at SOCHE Research Fair. Venkat Rajeev Reddy Malipeddi wins Third. Congratulations!

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