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Innovation

Engineering Entrepreneurs Win Spot in International Competition

A recent University of Dayton engineering graduate and his partner took second place and won a spot in the China-U.S. Maker Competition in Beijing next month.

Teacher Education

Second Annual IACT Creative Summit

Join us on Wednesday, July 25, as we explore the future of education and unveil the final deliverables of Collaboration Accelerator 4.0.

Fine and Performing Arts

College Faculty in the News: July 9, 2018

Assistant Professor Christopher Devine, Department of Political Science, discusses the current political division experienced in many sectors of U.S. society. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

UDRI

Ready, Set—Grow!

University of Dayton Research Institute reorganizes in preparation for continued growth in research scope and jobs.

Teacher Education

SEHS social digest: July 2, 2018

How are you spending your #FlyerSummer? Our students are teaching people about tasty dishes they can cook at home, taking summer classes and studying abroad in Italy, Spain & Portugal, while a faculty member is celebrating a $10,000 research grant and Lalanne teachers have returned to campus for the start of cohort 20. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels.

Science

College Faculty in the News: June 25, 2018

Dr. Robert Brecha, Department of Physics and Hanley Sustainability Institute, fact checks a statement about greenhouse emissions issued this month by the Environmental Protection Agency. Follow this story and other recent media coverage of the service, research, scholarship and commentary of College of Arts and Sciences programs and their faculty.

Faculty and Staff

Concourse D: What's Next

A student-designed project development studio and collaboration space comes to life.

UDRI

UDRI awarded $72 million-ceiling Air Force contract for Quick-Reaction Evaluation program

UDRI will continue to support AFRL in reducing costs, creating a safer working environment, and increasing Air Force systems availability.