The lecture will feature Marta Venier, an environmental chemist and assistant professor at the Paul O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.
‘Forever chemicals’ expert Marta Venier to speak at Wright State’s virtual Carmichael Lecture April 19
Mar 31, 2021
Oct 29, 2020
The largest tree in Wright State’s campus woods is a bur oak estimated to be about two centuries old.
Wright State professor Abinash Agrawal selected to serve on Ohio attorney general’s Scientific Advisory Council
Oct 22, 2020
Abinash Agrawal, a professor of earth and environmental sciences, is an expert in groundwater and soil remediation.
Sep 17, 2020
The Lake Erie and Aquatic Research Network will assess the effectiveness and future role of implemented and planned wetland restoration projects.
Aug 31, 2020
Joy McKarns '93 is an eighth-grade language arts teacher at Northmont Middle School, and Tom Jenkins '97, '99 teaches eighth-grade science and STEM at Greenon Junior/Senior High School.
May 6, 2020
She has degrees in environmental sciences and sociology from Wright State but works as an editor for an automotive magazine.
May 4, 2020
The research was largely based on a scientific cruise from Alaska to the North Pole in 2015 that included Wright State alumna Alison Agather and Katlin Bowman.
Wright State Ph.D. student Michele Miller says social reaction to Zika virus offers lessons about coronavirus
Apr 14, 2020
Michele Miller said the public needs to understand that scientists are still learning about coronavirus and that much is unknown.
Apr 7, 2020
Ryan Shell, an earth and environmental sciences Ph.D. student, studies the biodiversity, biogeography and paleoecology of marine vertebrates during the early Permian Period.
Wright State biologist Don Cipollini says research results on emerald ash borer may offer lessons on coronavirus
Apr 1, 2020
Cipollini says the coronavirus encounters a new habitat of humans lacking resistance, starts to infect people in a largely undetected fashion, spreads exponentially, peaks and then declines.