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Busy Summers

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 a National Science Foundation-funded research project to study the impact of invasive honeysuckle shrubs on Dayton-area streams.

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Undetected and Unvoiced

Every minute in the United States, one person will have a heart attack, two will suffer strokes, and three women will nearly bleed to death while giving birth.

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Growing Business

The University of Dayton Center for Leadership is upgrading to a larger space to accommodate the expansion of program offerings and an increase in number of regional business leaders served.

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Righting America

A new book by two University of Dayton faculty is attracting attention for its examination of Answers in Genesis' Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, the rise of creationism in America and the role of the museum in supporting the politics of the Christian right.

Students

Opportunities Abound

A University of Dayton education means hands-on opportunities for students to transform the world. Nine students from three countries in four departments hope their work someday passes the smell test.

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National Scientists

University of Dayton researchers are part of a select group of organizations awarded funding for prestigious National Science Foundation research and project grants.


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