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.


Safe Landing

January 29, 2018

Engineering, Teacher Education, Students, Business, Humanities and Social Sciences

Ninety-five percent of recent University of Dayton grads responding to the career services office's Flyer First Destination Survey report being employed, pursuing a graduate degree or participating in a service program within six months of graduation.


A Flyer Promise

January 29, 2018

Diversity and Inclusion

University of Dayton alumnus William Tweed and his wife, Jan, have donated $1.5 million to endow a Flyer Promise scholarship as part of a new program that removes financial barriers for high-achieving underrepresented students at partner high schools.


UD in the News Jan. 20-26

January 26, 2018

Campus and Community

Local media focused on the University of Dayton as an economic driver with coverage of the institution's vision with Premier Health to redevelop the former Montgomery County fairgrounds.


A New Neighborhood

January 25, 2018

Faculty and Staff, Faith/Mission, President, Campus and Community

The University of Dayton and Premier Health have sketched out a preliminary vision for the former Montgomery County fairgrounds for a new kind of neighborhood that builds on Dayton's history of innovation and entrepreneurship and can propel the region's next wave of jobs and opportunity.


Silver Screen Research

January 25, 2018

Research, Faculty and Staff

University of Dayton political scientist Michelle Pautz explores how movies influence our opinions of government in a new book that looks at the top box office grossing films of the 21st century.


Curran Place

January 23, 2018

Campus and Community, President

The University of Dayton announced today that the 1700 South Patterson Building, which once housed the NCR Corp. world headquarters, will be renamed Daniel J. Curran Place, in honor of the past UD president who presided over one of the most consequential eras of growth in the University's history.


UD in the News Jan. 16-19

January 19, 2018

Human Rights

International media turned to University of Dayton experts for insight on human rights and political events during the third week of January.


Colleges That Pay You Back

January 17, 2018

Students

The Princeton Review named the University of Dayton among the top “Colleges That Pay You Back” in a new book that examines academics, affordability and graduates’ career prospects.

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