Engineering & Computer Science

Wright State Robotics Club to compete in NASA Robotic Mining Competition

Wright State Robotics Club to compete in NASA Robotic Mining Competition

Five Wright State engineering and computer science students will participate NASA’s Robotic Mining Competition at the Kennedy Space Center. Continue reading

Wright State Research Institute chosen to lead $3.4 million project for AFRL

Wright State Research Institute Logo

Wright State Research Institute will lead a public-private collaborative effort to develop a next-generation live, virtual and constructive training system. Continue reading

Wright State offering 20 percent rebate again on cost of undergrad summer classes

summer rebate

Wright State undergraduate students from Ohio can save up to 20 percent on tuition by taking undergraduate classes during the summer semester, under the university’s Summer Tuition Rebate plan. Continue reading

Wright State will become tobacco free on July 1, 2017

Wright State will become tobacco free on July 1, 2017

All smoking and smokeless tobacco products, as well as nicotine-delivering products like e-cigarettes, will be prohibited from use anywhere on campus. Continue reading

Three brothers graduate from LEAP Intensive English Program

From left: Brothers Mohammed, Faisal and Naif Alkhiari graduated from Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes (LEAP) program and are now working on undergraduate degrees at Wright State. (Photo by Will Jones)

For brothers Mohammed Alkhiari, Faisal Alkhiari and Naif Alkhiari, English was a challenge, but one they all worked hard to overcome. Continue reading

Wright State University unveils special scholarship fund for members of Ohio National Guard

Robert Fyffe, vice president for research and dean of the Wright State Graduate School, left, and Maj. Gen. Mark E. Bartman announced the creation of a scholarship fund for Ohio National Guardsmen attending graduate school at Wright State.

The scholarships will pay up to $2,500 in tuition per semester for a full-time graduate student who is also a current member in good standing with the Ohio National Guard. Continue reading

Reaching for the moon

Wright State electrical engineering major Eric Harris uses lunar photography to capture the nightly dance of Earth’s closest neighbor
Reaching for the moon

Eric Harris, a freshman electrical engineering major at Wright State, plans to photograph every full moon for the next 16 years. Continue reading

Wright State biomedical researchers selected to present invention at prestigious statewide forum

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao

Wright State researchers will seek funding and feedback for their revolutionary medical device that could eliminate the need for radiation-emitting X-rays in certain procedures. Continue reading

Theme and interest housing in demand by Wright State freshmen

students in newly decorated dorm

Interest by freshmen in themed housing options motivated Residence Life and Housing to restructure and expand its themed housing communities. Continue reading