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Creating passion for Science and Mathematics through evidence-based discovery, advancing knowledge of the natural world.

Women in STEMM Leadership Institute Research Symposium

Fri
21
Oct
Everyone interested in supporting women in STEMM is invited.

Bring together female students and leaders across industries, including dynamic thinkers in business and academia.  Registration for the Women In STEMM Institute Poster Session is open and will close September 30, 2016.

Douglas W. Leaman named dean of the College of Science and Mathematics

Douglas W. Leaman, chair of the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Toledo, has been named dean of Wright State’s College of Science and Mathematics, effective Oct. 1, 2016. Before arriving at the Universtiy of Toledo, Leaman worked at the Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cencer Center. 

Dean's Message

Science and mathematics help us understand the world. We use science—the scientific method, observation, experiment, interpretation, argument, and proposing hypotheses—to explain what happens around us, in the environment or in our own bodies. We use mathematics—symbols, equations, modeling, and theoretical analysis—to concisely describe what happens around us. When we understand something at a deep level, we use science and mathematics to make predictions about what will happen, if we do this, or if we do that. We modify our hypotheses and our models and our equations as we observe what actually happens. Because science and mathematics are so fundamental, the College of Science and Mathematics takes our mission very seriously, to impart what science and mathematics can do, and to push the envelope of knowledge further out through research.

News

Wright State’s Allen Hunt develops new tool to measure soil production that offers promise in predicting global warming

Being able to predict soil production also helps with soil conservation, protecting crops, preventing landslides and forecasting changes in the landscape.
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Wright State’s first president Brage Golding dies

Known as an innovator with an entrepreneurial spirit, Brage Golding served as Wright State’s president from 1966 to 1972.
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Melissa Flagg to headline 2016 Women in STEMM Leadership Institute Research Symposium at Wright State

The Oct. 21 Women in STEMM Leadership Institute Research Symposium at Wright State highlights work being done by women in STEMM across the Dayton region.
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Wright State University awarded prestigious Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative from the Office of Naval Research

The Wright State project is focused on discovering epigenetic biomarkers that identify individuals who could benefit from high-intensity training.
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