• STEM-focused

    Wright State computer engineering major Celeste Irwin wants to use her medical and programming knowledge to work in research and product development in MRI-guided focused ultrasound. Continue reading

  • Good investment

    Losing his job because of the pandemic inspired Eric Tomlinson to pursue a degree at Wright State that matched his decades of experience as a supply chain management professional. Continue reading

  • Rainbow remedy

    Emily Winkelman studied women, gender and sexuality studies and led the Rainbow Alliance to ensure there are inclusive spaces at Wright State and in the community. Continue reading

  • Science of exercise

    Wright State athlete and physical education graduate student Abigail Halsey studies how aerobic exercise can benefit children with autism. Continue reading

  • Marching toward a dream

    Percussion performance major Phil Andrews realized a lifelong dream when he was accepted into the Army Old Guard Drum and Fife Corps. Continue reading

  • Engineering precision

    Matt Specht, a senior industrial and systems engineering major, learned that small changes can have a significant impact on large-scale manufacturing during an internship with Honda. Continue reading

  • Raising the barre

    Olivia Bruno, a senior dance major at Wright State, realized a lifelong dream of dancing professionally when she joined Dayton Ballet for its 2022–2023 season. Continue reading

  • A great environment

    For electrical engineering major and resident assistant Emma Porter, Wright State feels like home. Continue reading

  • Finding the right fit

    Yakai Kamara, a public health and organizational leadership major, has done a lot to find her place after transferring to Wright State. Continue reading

  • The long way around

    Graduate electrical engineering student Javonne Baker worked on radar-related projects during a summer research program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading

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