From Classroom to Career: Brandeberry Career Development Center connects students, industry, alumni

The Brandeberry Career Development Center open house events on October 3 were attended by more than 250 students and 170 community guests.

Wright State launches its ‘Rise. Shine.’ campaign with a flourish
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Industrial and Human Systems Engineering students earn national awards

Engineering Ph.D. candidate Corinne Mowrey and senior in industrial and systems engineering Stephanie Martens have earned nationally competitive scholarships for 2014-15.

Wright State Alumni Association honors three CECS graduates

In its October 3 Homecoming awards ceremony, the WSU Alumni Association honored graduates for outstanding achievement and service to Wright State. CECS is proud to claim three of this year's honorees as its graduates.

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.