Wright State graduates like John McCormick succeed in the challenging worlds of both business and engineering. A lifelong Raider, McCormick is a principal and co-owner of Heapy Engineering along with three other Wright State grads.
Position yourself to get hired by working with the career placement experts at the Brandeberry Career Development Center in 280H Joshi.
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We work with industry leaders like Heapy Engineering to ensure our programs and curricula meet their needs. Employers seek out CECS grads because they are productive team members.
Doug Rasor (class of ’77), a leader in the technology startup and semiconductor industry, received the 2014 CECS Outstanding Alumni Award. Find out more about our Outstanding Alumni.
Building more than resumes
An internship is not only a great way to gain real world experience – it’s an opportunity to network and build relationships. Visit the Brandeberry Career Development Center at 280H Joshi today.
More than 100 poster and oral presentations by Wright State University student researchers were delivered April 11 during the annual Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities. Continue reading →
In a speech at TedxDayton, Dr. Nathan Klingbeil, dean of CECS, spoke about how he hopes to inspire others to think differently about the potential of America’s high school graduates. Dr. K has championed modern, innovative curricula aimed at increasing accessibility and better preparing students like Josh Deaton, Lindsay Parrett, and Derrick Watley to succeed.