University of Dayton UD Names New CFO By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 30, 2014 Boston University The University of Dayton has hired a Boston University vice president as its chief financial officer following a national search. Dayton Enters Men's Basketball Tournament Bid By Jim Letizia • Aug 22, 2014 The University of Dayton and city officials have entered a bid to host the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament "First Four" games in 2016, 2017 and 2018. Flyers NCAA Tournament Run Costs Taxpayers Thousands In Police Protection By Jim Letizia • May 20, 2014 The costs of providing police protection during the University of Dayton men's basketball team's NCAA tournament run is in. Tournament Gave Flyers Millions In Exposure By Jim Letizia • May 8, 2014 USA Today Dayton City Commissioners say a new study shows publicity from the University of Dayton men's basketball team's run through the NCAA tournament was worth nearly 73-million-dollars. Dayton Flyers Sweet Sixteen Return Inspires Big Spending By Ohio Public Radio • Mar 26, 2014 The Dayton Flyers are headed to Memphis Thursday—and so are a bunch of excited University of Dayton fans. GE And UD To Open High-Tech Aviation Testing Facility By Ohio Public Radio • Dec 12, 2013 University of Dayton GE Aviation and the University of Dayton are holding a grand opening ceremony Friday for a 53 million dollar facility called the Electrical Power Integrated Systems Center, or Episcenter. Famed Cager Meineke Passes Away By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Sep 6, 2013 Former University of Dayton and NBA player Don Meineke died Tuesday at the age 82 after a long illness. UD Aircraft Testing Center To Open This Fall By Jim Letizia • Jun 18, 2013 Work continues on a state-of-the-art aircraft testing center at the University of Dayton. Services For Late UD Official Scheduled By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Apr 30, 2013 A University of Dayton administrator has died in Korea. Energy Efficiency Game By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Dec 24, 2012 Clinton County has teamed up with the University of Dayton to have fun with energy efficiency, hoping savings on energy costs will boost the local economy. Absentee Ballot Analysis By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Oct 18, 2012 An analysis of absentee ballot requests by a University of Dayton history professor shows a significant shift in Republican enthusiasm since 2008.