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UDSMART Center Leader

Doug Daniels, a biochemist who led a team of creative scientists seeking new ways to fight fatal diseases, will be the first executive director of the University of Dayton SupraMolecular Applied Research and Technology Center.


Making a Better Wheelchair--and Science Curriculum

This summer, teachers and future teachers spent time at the University of Dayton designing a better all-terrain wheel for wheelchairs.



I’m an aerospace engineer, so it was, admittedly, a thrill last weekend to visit the U.S. Air Force Museum. It’s a local treasure right in our backyard that’s devoted to preserving and telling the story of aerospace technology through the ages.  (Not to mention the fact that it all began with our friends, the Wright brothers, just next door!)


Reverie is elementary

Pay homage to summer fun and reading with adventure-inspiring illustrations by Arthur Rackham featured in the British edition of Peer Gynt.


Dayton Law Creates Impact through Relevant and Distinct Scholarship

The School of Law shares the University of Dayton's commitment to serving others and offering an education that blends theory and practice. Dayton Law's faculty are not only teachers and mentors, but also scholars.


In the News: July 25, 2016

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


Dean's Summer Fellows

University of Dayton junior Corey Kuminecz could have worked a typical summer job back home in Indiana, but it would have done little to advance his skills for a potential career in environmental biology. Instead, he is assisting in a National Science Foundation-funded research project to study the impact of invasive honeysuckle shrubs on the biodiversity and function of Dayton-area streams.


Faculty in the News: July 25, 2016

Christopher Devine discusses the 2016 Republican National Convention, and other highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.


Review: Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?

Research Services Assistant Jillian Sandy gives Roz Chast's graphic novel memoir 5 well-deserved stars. 


Weekly Features: July 25, 2016

Why does Mary always wear light blue? The answer, plus other interesting articles, in this week's features.

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