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Engineering December 17, 2018
Researcher Receives Second Patent for Device to Provide Relief from Glaucoma
Khalid Lafdi, University of Dayton Wright Brothers Endowed Chair in Nanomaterials, was named on a second patent for a medical drainage device mainly for glaucoma patients that also could be used for drainage in the ears, brain or chest or to provide access to larger veins or arteries.
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Engineering December 10, 2018
onMain Lab for Engineering Students

The UD onMain project sees its first use as an experiential learning lab for University of Dayton and Sinclair Community College engineering and engineering technology students.

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Faculty December 10, 2018
College Faculty in the News: December 10, 2018
Assistant Professor Glenna Jennings, Department of Art and Design, and her students recently came together with an exhibition and art auction to help raise money for a food market slated to open in an underserved area of Dayton.
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Libraries December 03, 2018
Sensitive Research Topics: Librarians Don't Judge; Ask for Help

When you ask a librarian for help, your opinion is the one that matters.

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Faculty November 26, 2018
College Faculty in the News: November 26, 2018
Department of Music faculty James Hiller and Joy Willenbrink recently discussed how music therapy helps people going through addiction recovery during a segment aired on public television.
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Engineering November 15, 2018
Arctic Ice Research
University of Dayton doctoral student Ming Gong '15 is more comfortable at the keyboard of a computer or piano than trekking across snow and ice in sub-freezing temperatures. But, during May and June, she spent 10 days at a field summer school in Utqiagvik, Alaska, where she learned how to collect physical data in the Arctic.
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Engineering November 13, 2018
Technology and Human Rights Improve Working Conditions for Women
As a renewable and clean energy graduate student at the University of Dayton, Erin Peiffer traveled to Ghana on a collaborative mission to participate and witness "the power in humanitarian engineering and the ripple effect."
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Human Rights November 12, 2018
Celebrity, Protest, and South Africa in Copenhagen
Last week, Alexandra C. Budabin attended a conference on “Celebrity and Protest in Africa and in the Anti-Apartheid Struggle” at the University of Copenhagen. Panels showcased work on literary celebrities, music, and performance.
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Engineering November 09, 2018
Image to Implant
University of Dayton biomedical engineer, Dr. Amy Neidhard-Doll, innovates additively manufactured medical devices, such as hip implants, along with UDRI and undergraduate electrical engineering student, Monica Yeager.
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