Doing one’s heart good
A revolutionary heart pump provides invaluable learning opportunity for Wright State students to understand cardiac function. Continue reading
Ohio is a leader in terahertz technology
Excerpt Ohio is emerging as a global center of research in a branch of physics that’s stymied scientists for decades. It’s called Terahertz radiation, a band of light waves with potential uses that range from detecting cancer to uncovering art … Continue reading
High jump
When he is not jumping out of planes for airborne training, Army ROTC cadet Evan Fleming is working toward a career in electrical engineering. Continue reading
Wright State selected to take part in national initiative to advance teaching in STEM fields
Under a national initiative, Wright State will customize approach by the College of Engineering and Computer Science to grow and diversity STEM graduates. Continue reading
STEM City: Home to future scientists, engineers and mathematicians
New residential learning community geared toward serving students in the Colleges of Science and Mathematics and Engineering and Computer Science. Continue reading
Trafficking trek: Ian Kallay bicycling cross country to bring attention to sex trafficking
Wright State student Ian Kallay will spend part of his summer cycling from the Dayton Campus to San Francisco to raise public awareness about sex trafficking. Continue reading
College of Engineering and Computer Science wins Innovation Awards for workforce development
Wright State’s College of Engineering and Computer Science took first place for workforce development at the Dayton Business Journal's Innovation Awards. Continue reading
Wright State launches new Graduate School scholarship program for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Wright State creates scholarship fund for military personnel and civilian workers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base who want to pursue graduate degrees. Continue reading
Wright State, others vow to continue advancement of women faculty in STEM disciplines
Wright State and three other institutions of higher learning pledged to continue recruiting more women to tenure-track faculty positions in STEM disciplines. Continue reading