Springtime is upon us as we enter the final month for this semester. Keep up the hard work and enjoy the weather when you can!
Spring Career Fair
Local companies and organizations will be gathering in the Student Union on Tuesday, March 31st to meet with students interested in co-ops, internships, and career employment opportunities.
Espresso Lane Grand Opening
From left: Provost S. Narayanan, President Hopkins, Reynolds and Reynolds president Ron Lamb, and Dean Nathan Klingbeil opened the new Reynolds Espresso Lane Coffee Pit Stop in Russ on Wednesday, March 11.
Wright State Alumna Gives Back
Beverly Stambaugh has received three master's degrees from Wright State and is changing how students in the Dayton area experience STEM programs. As an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, Stambaugh has initiated many engaging and interesting projects to help students preform better in science areas, incuding working with the Baltimore Orioles.
This year's National Engineering Week was a blast as students united in Russ and Joshi to celebrate engineering through events put on by some of the CECS clubs and organizations.
3-14-15 is pi day! This year the College of Engineering and Computer Science will be celebrating with our Direct Admit Day for our new incoming Raiders.
Hoopla STEM Challenge
The Wright State College of Engineering and Computer Science is proud to be a part of the Hoopla STEM Challenge. This event is a part of the NCAA First Four games that are held in Dayton. It allows kids in the region to have a lot of fun while exposing them to science, technology, engineering, and math.
Meet the Dean's Leadership Board!
Alyssa Piasecki is a Biomedical Engineering Pre-Med student. She is also a student ambassador, a tutor for the Student Success Center, and an Applied Neuroscience SOCHE intern at AFRL. Alyssa plans to get her Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering and pursue a career in human performance research.
Raiders in the Sky
Adam Donovan, Nick Engle, Sarah Kuntz, and Matthew van Voorhis will be traveling to van Nuys California this April to compete in the international SAE Aero Design West. They will go head-to-head with 74 teams as they test their aircraft's payload fraction, durability, and design.
WSU Scholarship Donor Night
CECS students and staff gathered in the Nutter Center where they met with scholarship donors on Thursday, February 5. Students had the opportunity to talk with the donors and thank them for their generosity.
Scheduled to open next month, the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building will help Wright State's brightest student researchers work together to create innovations that improve people's lives. Continue reading →
Reynolds and Reynolds collaboration with Wright State includes engineering and computer science scholarships, internships, a computer center at the Lake Campus and support for new coffee shops. Continue reading →
Wright State is among a select group of universities around the globe designated as centers to teach a state-of-the-art computer programming model that has become essential in everything from cancer research to ocean modeling.
Wright State was named a CUDA Teaching Center thanks to Meilin Liu, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Liu wrote a proposal and submitted it to NVIDIA, the California-based technology company that developed CUDA.