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Apr 19, 2018
Katherine Heminger returned to the university to teach a seminar and meet with Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. Program students.
Apr 12, 2018

On April 6th - 8th, the College of Science and Mathematics held the first weekend intensive innovation "hackathon" event. The goal of this event, and future events of this type, is to engage students from diverse majors in addressing long-standing problems of significance in both the military and public sectors. Students worked with other students from varied backgrounds to push the solutions as far as they could during the weekend timeframe. Culminating with each team pitching their ideas...

Apr 9, 2018

Congratulations to Drew Hampton on the successful defense of his disertation on April 10, 2018.

Apr 5, 2018
The new computer cluster is always up and running and can accommodate an indefinite number of users, working at the cluster or remotely from their offices or labs.
Apr 4, 2018
Research led by neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny sheds new light on how motor nerve cells respond to ALS and could help develop new treatment options.
Apr 3, 2018
Dan Krane, one of the world’s foremost DNA experts, answered questions about the DNA results in a high-profile, double-homicide case in Virginia.
Mar 29, 2018

(exerpt from The Guardian, March 17, 2018)

This spring the (pre-health) program has been centered around getting students more involved in utilizing the resources offered to them. Students can register under the Pre-Health section found on the university’s website if they are interested in the field and find out an array on information; volunteer options, summer programs, workshops, and more.

Workshops are also focused around picking majors,...

Mar 26, 2018
Students can learn about research, innovation and entrepreneurship during the first-ever Innovation Weekend from April 6 to April 8 in the Student Success Center.
Mar 26, 2018
Wright State physicists helped pave the way for expanded applications of graphene in everything from space exploration to all-weather sensors.
Mar 25, 2018

Marissa Ratliff is from Beavercreek, Ohio, she planned to stay local for college and was interested in attending Wright State. After a campus visit her decision to attend was finalized. She said, "when I walked on campus, I felt I was a part of a great community".

So why science & mathamatics? "I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with science/mathematics", she said, yet still decided to pursue a career in science and mathematics because she found it interesting and found that...

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