Misbehavior in the Workplace

Psychology professor Nathan Bowling probes bad behavior in company settings

“Pssst. Boss. Larry’s been leaving work early. You didn’t hear it from me. Researchers like Bowling have been studying counterproductive work behaviors in earnest for the past 15 years.

Path to Health Professions Day


Interested in becoming a Doctor, Dentist, Pharmacist, Therapist or any other Health Professional?

Wright State's Pre-Health Advising Program offers an annual event to help students learn more about the professions they are looking into. The event hosts admission representatives from a number of professional schools as well as exhibits about different areas of healthcare. This is a free event open to everyone, high school and college students alike. 


Our Mission + Your Passion = Success

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

Dean's Message

Welcome to the College of Science and Mathematics of Wright State University. Research, the creation of knowledge, is vital to our mission, and provides a unique opportunity for our undergraduates to experience the world of science and mathematics at its cutting edge. The hands on, technologically advanced research and internship experiences of our students prepare them to be the workforce of tomorrow. Our goal is the enhancement of science and mathematics education and research at every level, so we reach out to the community and surrounding schools to provide positive science and math experiences in the form of teacher development, science fairs, demonstrations, mathematics competitions, Science Olympiad, and STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) summer camps. Have fun with Science and Mathematics!


Misbehavior in the workplace

Psychology professor Nathan Bowling’s research on counterproductive work behaviors will be published in the International Journal of Selection and Assessment.
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New Center for Workforce Development to expand STEM education, aerospace jobs

The Center for Workforce Development at Wright State University will grow STEM education in the region and prepare workers for jobs in intelligence, aerospace and defense.
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Gene queen

Wright State biochemistry and molecular biology professor Madhavi Kadakia uses a high-tech sequencer and her expertise in genetics to diagnose and treat cancer.
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The College of Science and Mathematics is pleased to announce Madhavi Kakakia, Ph.D. as Department Chair of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Dr. Kadakia received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in microbiology from the University of Mumbai, and her Ph.D. in infectious diseases and microbiology from the University of Pittsburgh.

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