Faculty

Physics phenom

High school student excels in Wright State's sensors physics research lab
Shivam Sarodia at computer

Centerville high school student is excelling in math and physics classes and in the sensors physics research lab at Wright State. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine resident selected for NIH fellowship with National Cancer Institute

Sadia Ilyas

Boonshoft School of Medicine resident in surgery training for academic career in surgical oncology through fellowship with the National Cancer Institute. Continue reading

Duck deductions

Researchers’ genetic work on ducks lands in prestigious scientific journal
Jeffrey Peters and Philip Lavretsky

Research by Wright State biologists on the genetic makeup of ducks was published and highlighted in a prestigious scientific journal. Continue reading

Programmed for success

Wright State selected as center to teach high-speed, high-performance computer programming
Meilin Liu

Wright State is among a select group of universities around the globe designated as centers to teach a state-of-the-art computer programming model. Continue reading

Wright State selects French professor for international award

S. Narayanan, Kirsten Halling and Michelle Streeter-Ferrari

Excerpt Kirsten Halling, an associate French professor at Wright State University, has been selected for the university’s 2014 International Education Award winner. In presenting her the honor, WSU noted that she “helped spur the dramatic growth of Wright State’s French … Continue reading

Museum master

Wright State’s Jason Deibel offers his physics talents to the National Museum of the USAF
Jason Deibel next to an A-10 Thunderbolt jet

Wright State physics professor Jason Deibel is helping the National Museum of the United States Air Force develop its STEM programs. Continue reading

2014 International Education Award goes to Kirsten Halling

S. Narayanan, Kirsten Halling and Michelle Streeter-Ferrari

Associate French professor Kirsten Halling helped spur growth of Wright State’s French program, led French Immersion Days and nurtured appreciation of France. Continue reading

Family history

Paths converge for a father and son in Wright State’s Department of History
John Luchin Jr. and John Luchin III,

Father and son work together at the National Museum of the United States Air Force and in Wright State’s Public History program. Continue reading

Wright State English professor selected as Fulbright Scholar

Sally Lamping in class

Wright State English professor Sally Lamping will research the Australian education system and how it educates immigrants as a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar. Continue reading

Salmon stakes

Former Wright State faculty member pins hopes for success of new business on family recipe
Martin Davis packaging salmon

Former Wright State professor Martin Davis launches business based on family recipe for smoked salmon. Continue reading