Because there are so many of them, flies have plenty of scope to be helpful or to be a nuisance.
Yet flies, along with other insects, are of primary interest to professor John O. Stireman, Ph.D., in the Department of Biological Sciences with the College of Science and Mathematics. Stireman's focus on insects is due to their immense taxonomic and ecological diversity. They offer countless opportunities to examine a wide range of ecological and evolutionary questions.
On Friday, September 29, 2017 the College of Science and Mathematics joined Wright State University’s Alumni Relations to recognize outstanding alumni. Among them were Department of Biological Sciences’ alumnus Theodore Hufford, M.D., “08 B.S., “12 M.D. who was awarded the 2017 Graduate of the Last Decade Award.
The Graduate of the Last Decade Award recognizes the accomplishments of Wright State undergraduate alumni who have graduated within the past 10 years...