Faculty

Wright State professor studies dead people’s teeth

Amelia Hubbard's current research looks at what ancient DNA and tooth features can tell about the movements and interactions between past peoples.

Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth. Continue reading

Wright State engineering students install X-ray room at hospital in the African nation of Malawi

Wright State engineering students installed an X-ray room at a hospital in Malawi. The students included from left, front row: Kaitlyn Danner, Brittanie Koerper and Ashley Mohler; back row: Emily Diller and Olivia Ashworth. (Contributed photo)

A team of Wright State engineering students installed an X-ray room at a hospital in Malawi as part of a series of efforts to help improve health care in the tiny African nation. Continue reading

Data depot

Wright State’s Shu Schiller named to Technology First’s board of directors
Data depot

Shu Schiller, chair of information systems and supply chain management, hopes to get more college students and women involved in information technology. Continue reading

Daniel Zehringer’s journey

Wright State associate professor of music releases album featuring the trumpet
Daniel Zehringer's journey

Daniel Zehringer’s first solo album is getting attention around the United States and overseas. Continue reading

Wright State researchers honored for top paper on technology to improve diagnostics for the human eye

Wright State researchers honored for top paper on technology to improve diagnostics for the human eye

Critical components of the sensing are being fabricated and tested in Wright State’s Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building. Continue reading

Rare earth

Wright State anthropology students uncover artifacts from Revolutionary War battlefield
Rare earth

The dig is part of a program created by assistant professor Lance Greene to investigate the archaeology and history of Shawnee settlements in Ohio. Continue reading

‘CBS Sunday Morning’ puts Wright State in the spotlight for story on beards

‘CBS Sunday Morning’ puts Wright State in the spotlight for story on beards

A crew from “CBS Sunday Morning” traveled to Wright State to interview Christopher Oldstone-Moore, senior lecturer of history, about his research on the history of facial hair. Continue reading

Wright State history professor helps organize exhibit on Dayton and World War I

Wright State history professor helps organize exhibit on Dayton and World War I

Using diaries, letters, documents, photographs and artifacts, “Over There: Dayton and the Great War” showcases the essential involvement of Daytonians and local businesses in the war. Continue reading

Handmade lesson

Making artificial hands for children part of Wright State English and communication class project
Ashley Hall, assistant professor of English and communication, holds an artificial hand students in her Digital Rhetoric class created on a 3-D printer. (Photo by Kris Sproles)

Students in this English and communication course also learned how to gather information and then marry words, images and sounds to communicate it. Continue reading

Current affair

Wright State neuroscience professors open eyes of high schoolers with electrifying lesson on neural pathways
Current affair

Wright State faculty reach out to the community to promote a new undergraduate neuroscience major. Continue reading