Learning without Borders

July 21, 2017

Catholic, Culture and Society, Service and Giving, Sustainability, Students, International, Research

A University of Dayton education isn’t limited to the Dayton city limits. Just ask the 500 students who are making the world their campus this summer.


NASA Funded Research

July 19, 2017

Faculty, Research

Earthquakes in high mountain regions like the one that struck Nepal in 2015 can trigger large landslides that bury villages, flood rivers and block important international roads, resulting in catastrophic human and economic losses.


Solutions for Common Good

June 19, 2017

Students, Faculty, Research, Science

A new interactive website illustrates the full force of the University of Dayton’s standing as a major national research university.


Experimental Psychology

May 03, 2017

Research

Think you’re good at something? Better than the average person? Turns out, your thoughts may be able to improve your performance.


A Step Toward Mars

April 26, 2017

Research

A highly successful test of a prototype power generator at the University of Dayton Research Institute bodes well for NASA's plans to expand its exploration of Mars with the next rover mission.


‘Cancer Research’ Cover

April 20, 2017

Research

A University of Dayton professor's research into ways to identify and possibly treat an aggressive form of brain cancer was part of a study published in the prestigious journal Cancer Research. That issue's cover image — a microscopic view of a fruit fly's central nervous system — was taken in Madhuri Kango-Singh's laboratory and highlights her work on the study.


Glennon Symposium

April 03, 2017

Research

The University of Dayton School of Business Administration will host a free public lecture by distinguished business ethics scholar Kenneth Goodpaster at 5 p.m. Friday, April 7, in the Kennedy Union ballroom.


Research Catalysts

March 09, 2017

Engineering, Faculty, Science, Students, Research

The University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering and Hanley Sustainability Institute, will provide up to $500,000 to support faculty and staff research in science, technology, engineering and math the next two summers.


Body Building

February 27, 2017

Engineering, Science, Research

Engineering researcher Kristen Comfort won a five-year, $542,000 National Science Foundation CAREER award to support her quest to build a cellular model that acts more like a human body, allowing for a better understanding and visualization of human-drug interactions.


Top Pick

January 25, 2017

Engineering, Research

Ohio Gov. John Kasich reappointed John Leland, University of Dayton vice president for research, to the Ohio Aerospace and Aviation Technology Committee for a two-year term.

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