Apr 28, 2018
"I have seen firsthand your passion for helping others. Never forget that one person can make a difference," President Cheryl B. Schrader told graduates.
Apr 24, 2018

 In high school, Cody Fourman was attracted to science for the puzzle qualities of the problems. He liked solving puzzles, and wanted to learn more about science and mathematics while increasing his knowledge of the surrounding world.

Cody grew up in Arcanum, Ohio and decided to attend Wright State to be close to home and because of the university's high-quality programs. He expected his college social experience to similar to his high school experience. He was pleasantly surprised to...

Apr 23, 2018
Wright State University will hold its 2018 spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center.
Apr 22, 2018

Dorothy Lucille Ayres, grew-up in Oakwood and was attracted to Wright State because of the university's excellent psychology program, specifically in Human Factors psychology.  She said, "psychology has intrigued me ever since I was around twelve or thirteen, when I was introduced to the concept of personality psychology. I loved the idea of using science to learn more about how people work, and eventually how to use science to improve people’s lives through that knowledge".


Apr 19, 2018
Katherine Heminger returned to the university to teach a seminar and meet with Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. Program students.
Apr 15, 2018
Ayşe  Şahin, Chair Math & Stats and Joseph Sjoberg Top Scholar

Joseph Sjoberg was good at math and Wright State University offered the Applied Mathematics program he wanted along with the added bonus of being close to home. He grew up in Huber Heights and wanted to remain local while attending college. He was surprised about how much there was to learn about the world after high school. "The world is much larger, and scarier than I expected, but the sky's the limit in terms of what I can make of it". 

When asked why math, he said, "I first chose...

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.



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