On The Academic Minute

December 13, 2017

Faculty

Political scientist Michelle Pautz is featured on the popular radio program The Academic Minute for her research on movies and government officials.


Unbreakable Ties

November 20, 2017

Engineering, Faculty, Students

The University of Dayton School of Engineering will strengthen its ties to industry and the community plus work toward graduating engineers with entrepreneurial mindsets thanks to continued support from the Kern Family Foundation.


Deep Thoughts

October 30, 2017

Engineering, Faculty, Science, Research

University of Dayton researcher Tarek Taha hopes his third National Science Foundation award is a charm in his quest to develop a brain-inspired computer chip that can learn by itself and be more secure, efficient and compact than current chips.


UD in the News Oct. 21-27

October 27, 2017

Research, Law, Business, Health, Hot Topics, Faculty, Human Rights

During the last week of October, the American Bar Association featured a law school curricular innovation and an international podcast highlighted health and sports science research on marathons.


Great Minds in STEM

October 13, 2017

Faculty, Engineering

The National Science Foundation listed two University of Dayton chemical engineering faculty among its Great Minds in STEM; they will receive professional development opportunities for up-and-coming researchers at national conferences.


UD in the News Oct. 1-6

October 06, 2017

President, Catholic, Faculty, Science, Law, Human Rights, Engineering, Sustainability, International, Campus and Community, Hot Topics, Culture and Society, Research

University of Dayton faculty shared their expertise on human rights, politics, marriage and transportation with national media outlets during the first week of October.


UD in the News Sept. 23-29

September 28, 2017

International, Energy and Environment, Engineering, Sustainability, Research, President, Human Rights, Law, Faculty, Catholic

A leading national Catholic media outlet and local media turned to University of Dayton experts to discuss nuclear deterrence, immigration and sustainability. Plus, a national publication covering the robotics industry picked up our news of a gift to support the Motoman Robotics Lab.


Research offers tough love to improve human rights practices

September 27, 2017

Faculty, International, Human Rights

The University of Dayton Human Rights Center and human rights studies program have partnered with OpenGlobalRights to share research and commentary with a half-million readers in more than 140 countries and 12 languages. In the University's first installment, Joel Pruce, an assistant professor of human rights, discusses how practicing the same human rights habits does not guarantee improvement over time.


Everything is Connected

September 20, 2017

Human Rights, Faculty, Catholic, Energy and Environment, Culture and Society, Sustainability

Thirteen international theologians, ethicists, scientists and economists explain the spiritual, moral and practical themes of Pope Francis' encyclical on the environment in a new book edited by University of Dayton theologian Vincent Miller.


UD in the News Sept. 9-16

September 15, 2017

Faculty

During the second week of September, 'The New Yorker' cited the legal research of Jeanette Cox and Livability mentioned the GE EPISCenter on the University of Dayton campus among the reasons Dayton is one of five cities that is 'the whole package' when it comes to utilizing an engineering degree.

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