Wright State launches mobile app
Wright State University has launched a mobile application that enables students on the go to check their class schedule and grades, make payments and learn about campus events. Continue reading
Wright State Research Institute continues growth with new talent
Wright State Research Institute continues to attract talent staff, including the former director of the Sensors Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading
The Fault in Our Stars
First-year students at Wright State are diving into “The Fault in Our Stars,” this academic year’s Common Text. Continue reading
Old man on campus
Wright State grad Barry Brownstein chronicles his decision to return to college and change careers at age 58 in new book. Continue reading
Electrical performance: Wright State installing four vehicle-charging stations
Wright State University is installing four vehicle-charging stations in prime parking locations for drivers of electric cars and plug-in hybrids. Continue reading
Malawi magic
A trip to the African nation of Malawi proved to be a life-changing experience for engineering student Emily Diller. Continue reading
Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building ushers in new art at Wright State
Bowling Green artist designs new installation to inspire those working in newest building on Wright State’s campus when it opens in 2015. Continue reading
New alliance will strengthen area, patient care
Excerpt Leaders of the Wright State University-Premier Health Neuroscience Institute and Dayton Children’s Hospital believe a new affiliation announced Thursday will help patients and strengthen Dayton as a home to neuro-trauma research. The alliance means a nearly $2 million investment … Continue reading
Video — “SAM” project could change the future of driving
Benjamin Ausdenmoore, a Wright State graduate who now works at Ball Aerospace, played a key role in outfitting a simulator that allows a disabled person to drive. Ausdenmoore and his colleagues at Ball developed technology that allowed a disabled race car driver to get … Continue reading
Wright State and Premier Health Neuroscience Institute adds Dayton Children’s Hospital, pediatric research to neuroscience venture
Wright State Neuroscience Institute collaboration with Dayton Children’s Hospital will boost pediatric neuroscience research in the region and enhance pediatric care. Continue reading