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UD in the News Aug. 10-17

August 17, 2018

Research, Human Rights, Teacher Education, Technology, Libraries, Faith/Mission, Faculty and Staff, International

Time wrote about University of Dayton research on bragging and modesty; EWTN Catholic Radio interviewed Andrew Kosmowski about the Marian Library's 75th anniversary, Education Dive continued to seek CIO Tom Skill's advice on cybersecurity; and Heavy.com, with more than 10 million unique viewers per month, picked up historian Haimanti Roy's piece from The Conversation about the road to India's partition.


Understanding Insects

July 24, 2018

Research, Faculty and Staff

Salt may play a key role in thriving grasshopper, locust and other bug populations that can cause close to a billion dollars in damage to crops annually when left unchecked, according to new research led by University of Dayton ecologist Chelse Prather.


UDRI Awarded $72 Million Air Force Research Lab Contract

June 15, 2018

Engineering, Technology, Research, UDRI

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded a six-year, $72 million-ceiling Air Force Research Laboratory contract for research and development in AFRL's Quick-Reaction Evaluation of Materials and Processes program.


UD in the News June 9-15

June 15, 2018

Sustainability, Faculty and Staff, Law, International, Research, Human Rights, UDRI, Engineering, Science

A national publication covering the wind power engineering industry and several local outlets featured the University of Dayton Research Institute's new wind turbine to boost alternative-energy research and educational opportunities. Also, Caroline Waldron Merithew was the subject of a American Historical Association member spotlight and Law.com blog Ahead of the Curve and an op-ed in Inside Higher Ed discussed the School of Law's entry into online education.


Say Watt?

June 11, 2018

Research, UDRI

A donation of a new wind turbine will boost alternative-energy research and educational opportunities at the University of Dayton Research Institute's Energy Experience Center. The 6 kW turbine, valued at more than $25,000, was donated by OGW Energy Resources of Tipp City.


Lifetime Achiever

May 16, 2018

Research, Engineering, Faculty and Staff, Campus and Community

University of Dayton Vice President for Research John Leland will receive the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Dayton section's Lifetime Achievement Award for his distinguished career and contributions to the mechanical engineering profession. He will receive the award May 22 at the joint American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics/ASME awards banquet.


Cream of the Crop

May 14, 2018

Campus and Community, International, Research, Students, Service, Engineering

It's become an annual occurrence for University of Dayton graduates: a haul of prestigious national scholarships. This year, UD grads claimed five Fulbrights, a Goldwater Scholarship and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.


Indicators of Attraction

May 08, 2018

Research

How can you tell if someone likes you? New research led by University of Dayton associate professor of psychology R. Matthew Montoya helps answer that question by identifying a list of nonverbal behaviors to watch for — identified by the most comprehensive analysis ever.


UD in the News April 28-May 4

May 04, 2018

Teacher Education, Diversity and Inclusion, Research, UDRI, Campus and Community, Innovation, Technology, Law, International, Faculty and Staff, Students, Faith/Mission, Science, Business, Engineering

National and regional media highlighted University of Dayton research in aviation history, aviation fuels, bringing more diverse children's books to the classroom and fighting the opioid crisis. They tapped our experts for discussions on developing leaders in the information technology world, the upcoming midterm elections, how to choose the best credit card deals and a new Catholic feast day.


Bragging and Modesty

May 04, 2018

Research

Young people today react to bragging in the same way as previous generations, according to new research by psychologists at the University of Dayton.

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