UD’s innovative two-year program is different.
So are its students. BY THOMAS M. COLUMBUS
Scot Ganow’s old office has perhaps the best view in the city of Dayton. A westward-facing wall of windows reveals a panorama
including the Deeds Carillon, the Arena Sports Complex
and the downtown Dayton skyline. From his desk, Ganow could see raptors soar on massive up currents in front of a backdrop of blue skies and distant green hills.
As senior contracts and grants administrator for the
University of Dayton Research Institute, Ganow was among the first Research Institute employees moving into its new
home, the 1700 South Patterson Building, where its former owner, NCR, used to have its world headquarters.
Ganow, who joined the Research Institute after
graduation from the School of Law in May 2009, found the
Institute’s sense of community a wonder even greater than his office view.
“These people don’t leave,” he said. “And they don’t WINTER 2011-12