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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!


Simultaneous prediction of weathering rind thickness and soil depth. The same 1μm pore size was used for both, but the hydraulic conductivity in typical soils is about six orders of magnitude larger than for basalt. The exponent applied is the known value for the inverse of the fractal dimensionality of the percolation backbone, implying unsaturated conditions for surface rocks, saturated for soils.

Why do rates of rock weathering slow over time?

Physics professor Dr. Allen Hunt recently published his work, which sought to answer the important question of "why rates of soil development and rock weathering slow over time".  

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Opening for LED art installation to feature artist Erwin Redl

Artist Erwin Redl will discuss his LED installation "Dial" in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building during an art opening May 26.
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Dr. John McIntire
Alumni News

Psychology Graduate Wins Aerospace Human Factors Association's Stanley N. Roscoe Award for the best Doctoral Dissertation

Dr. John McIntire, alumnus of the Wright State University Human Factors Psychology Doctoral Program, has won the Aerospace Human Factors Association's (AsHFA) Stanley N.

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Dr. Hennessy and Dr. Kleven visit new lab space in NEC building
Research News

Behavioral Neuroscience Researchers Join NEC Powerhouse

The custom-designed laboratories of the new Neuroscience and Engineering Collaboration (NEC) building provide an ideal setting to further advance the Department of Psychology's programs of study in behavioral neuroscience.

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