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.


UD in the News April 1-6

April 06, 2018

Diversity and Inclusion, Research, Students, Libraries, Law, Campus and Community, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Business, Faith/Mission, Innovation, Science, Technology, Fine and Performing Arts

A national science website featured biologist Chelse Prather's research, historian Julius Amin was a guest on China Global Television Network (CGTN) America's "The Heat" to discuss the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Marian Library archivist Kayla Harris placed an editorial in one of the nation's leading Catholic publications.


Sustainability Leader

April 03, 2018

Sustainability, Science, Faculty and Staff

Ben McCall, lead architect of a new model for campus sustainability who helped the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign become one of the most sustainable campuses in the nation, will become the first executive director of the University of Dayton's Hanley Sustainability Institute. His appointment starts Aug. 16.


UD in the News Feb. 3-9

February 09, 2018

Innovation, Diversity and Inclusion, Science, UDRI, Human Rights, Business, Faculty and Staff, Research, Technology, Students, Engineering, Law

'Diverse Issues in Higher Education' highlighted our new executive director of the Office Multicultural Affairs, 'Fortune' ran commentary from law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister and law student Jessica Bernard; and leading Catholic magazine 'America' tapped Bill Portier, Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology, to discuss challenges for Catholic ministry in Appalachia.


UD in the News Jan. 27-Feb. 2

February 01, 2018

Science, Engineering, Students, Faculty and Staff, UDRI, Research, Technology

More than 650 outlets nationwide, including 'The New York Times' and 'The Washington Post,' took note of University of Dayton research for the common good the last week of January.


Battling Addiction

January 30, 2018

Health, Technology, UDRI, Research, Science, Engineering

The University of Dayton Research Institute has won a $10,000 Ohio Opioid Technology Challenge award for a program that will teach people with opioid addictions how to reduce their cravings by regaining control of their brains.


UD in the News Jan. 1-15

January 12, 2018

Engineering, Diversity and Inclusion, Human Rights, Humanities and Social Sciences, Research, Campus and Community, Science

The new year began with a spotlight on how faculty use student feedback by 'The Chronicle of Higher Education,' a high honor from 'The Academic Minute,' and national media seeking UD experts.


Rising Research

January 09, 2018

Sustainability, Faculty and Staff, Engineering, Innovation, Science, Research, Humanities and Social Sciences, Technology, Human Rights

The University of Dayton set another research record in fiscal year 2017 and rose in the latest National Science Foundation rankings for fiscal year 2016 higher education research expenditures. UD ranks in the top 25 of all U.S. colleges and universities in eight categories, including second place for the amount of sponsored materials engineering research and development.


UD in the News Nov. 4-10

November 10, 2017

Faith/Mission, Humanities and Social Sciences, Research, Sustainability, Science, International, Human Rights, Law

The Associated Press featured engineering research on artificial intelligence while The Saturday Evening Post and The Wall Street Journal tapped experts to discuss "fake news" in Russia and the split jury in the bribery and corruption trial of a U.S. senator, respectively.


Deep Thoughts

October 30, 2017

Engineering, Science, Faculty and Staff, 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.

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