Dr. Mian, Sheryl Kent, and Jessica Melita visited Jesus Romo, an engineering student, and his supervisor at Avery Dennison. Here, Romo has an internship that he has registered as a technical elective.
Dr. Deb Adair
Students, faculty, and staff had the opportunity to listen to Dr. Adair, the managing director for QM Inc., as she shared her experience with successful businesses and telecommuting.
Native American Heritage Month!
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with these events:
Wednesday, November 12th, 12:15-1:15 in 161 Millett- documentary over Native American culture
Monday, November 17th, 4:40-6:00 in the Millett Atrium speaker on the history and current issues about Native Americans who identify as LGBTQ
Wednesday, November 19th, 12:15-1:15 in 161 Millett- learn how to make cornhusk dolls
Fun with Cardboard!
An array of cardboard chairs filled the Joshi Atrium as MME students showed off their handy work. Being instructed to build a chair entirely made of cardboard and capable of holding an individual, students put their designs to the test as they were judged on appearance and structural soundness.
24-Hour Computer Labs
Did you know that our computer labs are open 24-hours a day? Located in 152B and 152D there’s always somewhere for you to finish up all that homework!
Meet the Dean’s Leadership Board!
Angelica Zampini is a senior Biomedical Engineer major. She is currently a student researcher at WSU’s biomedical imaging lab and is a co-author on a journal article soon to be published. After graduating, Angelica plans to work for a medical imaging company doing clinical research.
MSES Travels to Pittsburgh
Thirteen student members of Wright State’s Materials Science and Engineering Society (MSES) recently traveled to Pittsburgh to attend the MS&T14 Conference. Students were able to watch presentations from professors, campus leaders, and fellow classmates as they learned of emerging news in the MS&T14 field.
WSU Alumni Association honors three CECS graduates
Justin Scothorn is a current Computer Science major. He works as a TA on campus and has an internship through SOCHE at AFIT. Justin plans to receive his masters and possibly a Ph.D., eventually pursuing a career in teaching.
Optimizing healthcare logistics and distance Master’s programs
Dr. Pratik Parikh's student research team optimizes healthcare supply chains and hospital logistics; they analyze data to determine how information, equipment, people, and materials can be better organized, moved, or used. Just as Dr. Parikh makes healthcare more efficient, effective, and economical, the distance classes for the all-online master's degree in Human Factors Engineering also take that approach. Choose any one of the five IHE Master's tracks to work at your own pace, meet caring faculty, make a difference, and find a balance between career and life. Scholarships are available for WPAFB military and civilian personnel. Dr. Parikh is Associate Professor of Biomedical, Industrial, & Human Factors Engineering at Wright State.