An art education scholar who wants to help trauma patients. A mechanical engineering student who plays fast-pitch softball. It’s not common for students with such different backgrounds to work together. But a pilot program in Dayton is exploring what can be accomplished when they do.
City governments that subsidize energy upgrades for local residents or businesses could see a multi-million-dollar return on investment, according to University of Dayton research published in the international journal Energy and soon to be presented at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences.
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