Madhumitha Balanarasimha (Dr. Hostetler's lab) successfully defended her master's thesis fall quarter. Currently, she and her husband are enjoying the company of their baby girl Surabi (born Nov. 16, 2011).
Christopher Vaiana (Dr. Kadakia’s laboratory) successfully defended his master’s thesis. He was also awarded the Air Force Director’s Military Award. Chris began the Ph.D. program in chemistry at New York University in the fall.
At last Saturday’s Raider Open House, some special students from Wright State Unversity’s College of Science and Mathematics...
Nobel Prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse, Ph.D., presented the Varandani Lecture on Nov. 2.
The Wright State University Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology will present Sir Paul Nurse, Ph.D., the Nobel prize winner who discovered genes that control cell division...
HERS is the premier residential professional development program dedicated to advancing women leaders in higher education administration.
In a Wright State University lab, seismic and well log information fed into a computer are blooming into colorful...
Inside three freezers in a Wright State University lab is the bottom of the ocean.
Prof. Yvonne Vadeboncoeur and her research team have been conducting field research in Lake Tanganyika in east Africa, a project that is funded through the US National Science Foundation. Visit the Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania project blog to learn more.