Determined Blount clearing academic, athletic hurdles

Sarah-Ann Blount will never forget the day she shot down her first spaceship. Continue reading

2013 President’s Awards for Excellence announced for Staff and Outstanding Units

The President’s Awards for Excellence for 2013 in the Staff and Outstanding Unit categories have been announced. Click the links to learn more... Continue reading

Armed and Ready

It’s an unlikely marriage of double majors—biomedical engineering and religion. But for Wright State junior Monica Leslie, it’s a match made in heaven. Continue reading

High-tech projects to highlight Summer-at-the-Edge open house

Humanoid robots, virtual reality, 3D printed unmanned aerial systems, cybersecurity, surgical simulations, plus sensors and smartphones... Continue reading

Students in focus at the Center for Sensor Exploitation

Through creative collaborations with defense and industrial partners, Wright State University’s Center for Sensor Exploitation... Continue reading

Power Play—Student researcher pursuing long-lasting battery

Game Boys were fun. The handheld devices offered baseball, Tetris, Super Mario and other Nintendo video games. But the batteries died quickly... Continue reading

Spring Commencement photo gallery

Wright State University honored more than 2,000 graduates during its spring 2013 commencement ceremony April 27 in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Over 2,000 graduate at spring commencement

Wright State University held its 77th commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 27, in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Nathan Klingbeil named dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Nathan Klingbeil, who has spent 14 years as a teacher, researcher and administrator at Wright State’s College of Engineering and Computer Science, has been selected as the next dean. Continue reading

Groundbreaking launches pioneering neuroscience-engineering building at Wright State University

Wright State University broke ground on a new state-of-the-art laboratory building expected to become a beacon for translational neuroscience and engineering research. Continue reading