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

Turning Point

Biologcial Science + Computer Science = new career path for Ashley Marshall

When Ashley was 3 years old, her engineer father rigged her Barbie up to a computer so she could have on-screen conversations with the doll. And thanks to her father, she learned Morse code at the age of 6. As a biology major she met professor Dan Krane and experienced a turning point to the field of bioinformatics.

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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!

News

Turning point

Ashley Marshall, who was introduced to computers at age 3 and learned Morse code at 6, will graduate from Wright State with degrees in biology and computer science.
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International Education Week at Wright State to kick off Monday

Headlined by a visit from Selingo and his seminar, “A World Unbound: The Changing Nature of Higher Education and Internationalization,” the week’s events promote the benefits of global education.
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Brain power

Wright State researcher Jim Olson recognized for his work with Science Olympiad to promote neuroscience education in elementary and high schools around the country.
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Emerald ash borer spreads to new places, new trees

Excerpt Not only has the emerald ash borer recently been spotted in places it never was before, but according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, it has also jumped trees. The emerald ash borer, an invasive insect that likely got …
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