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.
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.
Joe Gruensfelder, civil engineering senior, can attest to the cooperative education advantage because he has landed a full-time position with Messer Construction after working for five work terms at the firm.
For insight into how GE Aviation could capitalize on the explosive growth of the aviation market in China, the global leader in jet engines turned to student teams in the School of Business Administration. Their work is just one part of our soaring international business learning curriculum.
The National Center or Engineering Pathways to Innovation has named five University of Dayton students to the University Innovation Fellows (UIF) program for their potential to change the face of engineering education!
Congratulations to Dr. Vijay Asari for being awarded the 2016 Sigma Xi George B. Noland Award for Outstanding Research! Sigma Xi selected Dr. Asari as the recipient for the George B. Noland Award because of his outstanding research and dedication to students at the University of Dayton.