Great Opportunity for your PhD Students – Academic Research Colloquium 2018 for PhD Students

The University of Dayton is offering it’s third annual Academic Research Colloquium for Engineering Ph.D. Candidates. This competitive opportunity includes an all expense paid trip to the Dayton, Ohio, various professional development opportunities, a chance for students to practice their presentations in a friendly and helpful environment (and get feedback) and network with other students, professionals and faculty and staff from UD. Please encourage your students to apply.

Opportunity for Your PhD Students: ARC 2018
Apply by April 15, 2018

Research for the Common Good
As a Catholic, Marianist institution dedicated to providing answers to the global issues of our time, the University of Dayton’s School of Engineering announces its third annual engineering symposium for Ph.D. candidates — the 2018 Academic Research Colloquium (ARC).

We are seeking research projects whose main objective is to:
Prevent, cure or treat disease
Reduce the environmental impact of human activity
Enhance the safety, health or welfare of workers
Improve production, distribution or access to food
Enhance the resiliency of the built environment
Prevent, mitigate or respond to natural or man-made disasters
Reduce the digital divide
Enhance the quality of life of people with mental or physical challenges
Foster communication, collaboration or education
Promote human rights
You’ll also discover a university rich in opportunities for faculty, staff and students. At the University of Dayton, we value diversity and are committed to creating an open, welcoming, and inclusive campus.

Application details
ARC is open to engineering Ph.D. students who are one to two years away from graduation. The selection process is highly competitive with 20 spots available. All expenses are paid. See application instructions and apply online by April 15, 2018, at


Ken Bloemer, Ph.D.
Director, Visioneering Center

Apply by April 15, 2018