The University of Dayton is a top-tier, national, Catholic, research institution. Founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary (the Marianists), we focus on educating the whole person, connecting learning with leadership and service. Through student clubs, campus recreation, education abroad, research, service-learning and career preparation, students are encouraged to engage the world, developing a critical mind and compassionate heart. (see more)
The University of Dayton is a top-tier, national, Catholic, research institution. Founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary (the Marianists), we focus on educating the whole person, connecting learning with leadership and service. Through student clubs, campus recreation, education abroad, research, service-learning and career preparation, students are encouraged to engage the world, developing a critical mind and compassionate heart.
The Brother Joseph W. Stander Symposium provides an annual campus-wide forum to showcase academic excellence at the University of Dayton. It is designed to recognize student learning through faculty mentored undergraduate and graduate research, scholarship and artistic accomplishments representing all academic units at the University of Dayton.
Two University of Dayton seniors tied for first place in the Flyer Pitch competition first round with business ideas to improve the design of public sinks and offer drivers with electric cars easier access to solar-powered charging stations.
An inaugural team comprised of six University of Dayton students took first place in the Collegiate Leadership Competition. UD's team won the award for overall Southern Ohio Champion and tied with a team from The Ohio State University for the highest "results" score for the day.
Six teams will compete in the final round of the University of Dayton Business Plan Competition on March 5. The first place winner will take home $25,000, second place $15,000; third place $10,000; and fourth, fifth and sixth place $5,000.
The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges, awarded 34 students over $83,000 in scholarships.
University of Dayton senior Alexandra Morrissette is being recognized for her abstract paintings, which department of art and design chair Judith Huacuja described as "visually striking, quite large and bold." Morrissette, a fine arts major from Pittsburgh, has been honored with the Award for Excellence in the Visual Arts by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Ohio. She will receive the award in late March and also is a finalist for the Grand Award.
Dayton chapter of the American Production and Inventory Control Society honors senior operations and supply management students for their senior capstone project "Mfg to Tote or Mfg to Bulk" for ChemStation International.
The Fulbright English Teaching Assistant programs place grantees in schools overseas to supplement local English language instruction and to provide a native speaker presence in the classrooms. They help teach English while serving as cultural ambassadors for the U.S.
Administered for the U.S. Department of State by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the Pickering Fellowship identifies and cultivates outstanding college students whose academic backgrounds fulfill the skill needs of the State Department and who are dedicated to representing America's interests abroad.
Jonathan Nelson, a 2014 University of Dayton graduate, earned a 2015-16 Fulbright scholarship to fund his studies in anthropology and international studies in Spain.
Twenty-seven students joined political science faculty to connect with University of Dayton alumni working in government jobs in the nation's capital.
The American Advertising Federation-Dayton honored University of Dayton undergraduates for their graphic design, marketing and advertising work.
As part of the University of Dayton's Business Plan Competition, students prepared and recited an elevator pitch to a panel of judges. These winners received rewards of up to $1,500 for their pitches.
Several University of Dayton students participated in the inaugural White Box Theatre Festival that showcased student-produced performances.
Seven students participating in the two-year catechist training program through the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives will be teaching in Holy Angels Parish as part of their Praxis experience over the course of the fall 2014 semester.
A sophomore civil engineering major received the UPS scholarship, distributed through the Foundation for Independent Higher Education (FIHE).
In the IT FLIES USA aircraft design competition, students from around the world designed aircraft that members of the Society of Flight Test Engineers and the Society of Experimental Test Pilots tested on the only Merlin flight simulator in the U.S., and one of 15 in the world.
Michael Lamorgese was one of two students selected to represent the University in the National Collegiate Sales Competition
The University of Dayton finished ninth out of 67 teams in the National Collegiate Sales Competition, held March 28-31 in Atlanta, Georgia
The University of Dayton finished ninth out of 67 teams in the National Collegiate Sales Competition, held March 28-31 in Atlanta.
A biology and philosophy student will participate in the Amgen Scholars Program at MIT during the summer of 2014.
A biology major at the University of Dayton will present scientific research in San Diego in March 2014.