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Award of Excellence to the Outstanding Cooperative Education Student in Engineering Technology

This year’s recipient of the Outstanding Cooperative Education Student in Engineering Technology award is Michael Harper.  Mike, an Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology graduating senior, worked with iHeartMedia, Inc. as a co-op for five work terms.  Mike’s passion for radio, lead him to create a co-op opportunity with a company that UD had never worked with before.  After five rotations he was certain his future was in broadcast engineering.

Fine and Performing Arts

New Graul Chair

Sharon Davis Gratto, a champion of world choral music and the Dayton arts community, has been appointed to the Graul Chair in Arts and Languages at the University of Dayton.


200? You Don't Look Day Over 30!

The Marianist Sisters (Daughters of Mary Immaculate) celebrated the 200th anniversary of their founding with Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception on Wednesday, May 25th. It's hard to believe that the community is that old, considering the youthful energy and growth in ministries they are experiencing. 


You Won't Believe Who the MOD Department Beat in its Latest Research Rankings

For the past 28 years, the Rothkopf rankings have tracked academic contributions to the operations research practice literature.  Georgia Tech, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, and Yale regularly show up on these rankings.  In 2016, UD's Department of MIS, OM, and Decision Sciences makes a jump in the rankings and you won't believe who they jumped ahead.

Career Development

AACSB Releases Compelling Vision for the Future of Business Schools

In a bold move to bring business schools in line with the needs of 21st century stakeholders, AACSB (the accrediting body for UD's School of Business Administration) has released a new platform that will drive changes in virtually everything we do at the SBA.


New Assistant Dean

Versalle “Verb” Washington, a lecturer in the department of history at the University of Dayton, has been named an assistant dean in the College of Arts and Sciences.


Save the Date!

Save the Date!


In the News: May 24, 2016

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.


Millennials Meet 10X Moonshots

The KEEN-sponsored National University Innovation Fellows (UIF) Meet-up, “Millennials Meet 10X Moonshots," took place in Silicon Valley, California, March 17-22. 


Dr. Eustace Awarded Carnegie Fellowship!

Dr. Deogratias Eustace, civil engineering, was awarded a Carnegie fellowship to work in Tanzania.

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