Wright State leads $1 million air vehicle research project

Wright State University will lead a $1 million project to develop computer aids for designing smart air vehicles that adapt to keep flying, even when damaged in flight. Continue reading

Gallimore named executive director of interdisciplinary programs and professional development

Gallimore previously led Wright State’s Ohio Center of Excellence for Human-Centered Innovation, where she served as director since its inception in 2009. Continue reading

Wright State offers new master’s degree in cyber security

Wright State University is responding to growing cyber threats with a new Master of Science degree in cyber security. Continue reading

Air Force’s Summer-at-the-Edge fires up Wright State students

More than 100 high school and college students tackled more than 30 research projects this summer in the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL’s) Summer-at-the-Edge internship program. Continue reading

Lake engineering program proving a ‘perfect fit’ for students, industry

Asked to describe his Lake Campus engineering students, Ruby Mawasha offered an anecdote that speaks volumes. Continue reading

Engineering students soak up African culture in bringing solar power to medical clinic

When a group of Wright State engineering students went to central Africa for a project in June, they pretty much accomplished what they expected to... Continue reading

Wright State inks agreement with Turkish university

Wright State University officials have signed two agreements with a major university in Turkey that will allow the two institutions to exchange students and collaborate in research. Continue reading

Reynolds and Reynolds funds scholarships for incoming Wright State students

Eight incoming engineering students have been selected to receive the latest round of scholarships... Continue reading

Newest Presidential Scholar is a trailblazer

Named last week as the university’s Presidential Scholar for 2012–13, Virginia Hall leaves Thursday for Africa...
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Engineering students mow their way to victory

A team of Wright State University engineering students and faculty took home the top prize at the ninth annual ION Robotic Lawn Mower Competition. Continue reading