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Relationship Building

The nearly four-decade relationship between the University of Dayton and Emerson, a company best-known for refrigeration, is heating up with the grand opening of The Helix.

Students, Campus and Community

Career Launcher

The University of Dayton is one of the 50 best schools in the nation for undergraduate academics and experiential learning that lead to great careers, according to The Princeton Review.

Athletics, Catholic

Always Full Bore

A rough, tough Flyer football standout who found life after graduation wasn't satisfying took what might be a surprising turn into a life of faith and service.


Commercializing Technology

The University of Dayton is piloting a class this semester that brings together entrepreneurship and engineering students to commercialize Air Force technology.

Students, Campus and Community

Being the Change

The University of Dayton has enlisted prospective students to dream big about the future even before stepping foot on campus.

Campus and Community, Sustainability

Where the Future is Made

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.


An Unforgettable Legacy

It's a truism in higher education: change tends to happen slowly on a college campus. When Daniel J. Curran, 65, steps down as the University of Dayton's president this summer after a 14-year tenure, he will have turned that adage on its head.


Next Generation Fuels

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded a cooperative agreement from the Air Force Research Laboratory with a $70-million ceiling for research and development in advanced fuels and combustion technologies to meet evolving Air Force needs.


City Farming

The University of Dayton Hanley Sustainability Institute and partners East End Community Services, Mission of Mary Cooperative and the Twin Towers neighborhood are taking the first step in transforming a former Dayton Public School site into an urban farm and green space.



In the visiting room at the Warren Correctional Institution, a small group of students sat quietly in a circle, reflecting on the word written in large black ink on the board.

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