Going Places

November 08, 2016

Research, Engineering

A University of Dayton assistant physics professor is among 58 faculty nationwide sharing in nearly $21 million in U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Awards to promising young scientists to help jumpstart their research careers.


Champion for Inclusion

November 03, 2016

Engineering, Faculty

The Society of Women Engineers presented Charles Browning, chair of the chemical and materials engineering department, with its Rodney D. Chipp Memorial Award for making inclusion a core workplace value; for taking the initiative to build diversity; and for creating vital success paths and processes for women.


National Honors

October 12, 2016

Students, Faculty, Research, Engineering

A University of Dayton graduate engineering student and engineering professor recently earned national honors from the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering for their contributions to the field of composites and materials.


Living Water

July 21, 2016

Students, Engineering

Sharing his perspective on Catholic social teaching, human rights and clean water has earned mechanical engineering student Tanner Rolfe a top prize in a national essay contest.


National Scientists

July 05, 2016

Faculty, Students, Research, Science, Engineering

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


UDRI Receives $12.1 Million Air Force Award

June 10, 2016

Research, Engineering

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded $12.1 million from the Air Force Research Laboratory's aerospace systems directorate for research and development of design and analysis technologies for aerospace structures.


Engineering Wellness

June 07, 2016

Research, Students, Faculty, Engineering

Combine students interested in engineering, physical therapy and medicine, and what do you get? The Engineering Wellness through Biomechanics Lab at the University of Dayton, helping people move and live better.


Green Revolving Fund

May 17, 2016

Energy and Environment, Sustainability, Campus and Community, Engineering

A 2012 student-led research project suggesting the University establish a green revolving fund is promising a big payoff to the University in cost savings, innovation, learning opportunities and creating a greener campus.


No Electricity, No Problem

May 03, 2016

Engineering, International, Students, Energy and Environment, Sustainability

University of Dayton engineering students won three awards at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., for a device they hope will one day operate without electricity and provide eco-friendly refrigeration in areas lacking reliable electricity or affordable solar power.


Where the Future is Made

April 27, 2016

Campus and Community, Energy and Environment, Sustainability, Engineering

University of Dayton officials joined Emerson for the April 27 ribbon-cutting of The Helix Innovation Center, a $35 million state-of-the-art "ideation" facility on the University's campus where the company plans to create solutions to the world's heating, cooling and refrigeration problems.

More News Articles

News Topics

Dayton Social Media

Latest News