Engineering & Computer Science

Local college gears up to tackle national manufacturing workforce problem

Wright State announces Center for Manufacturing Sciences

Excerpt A new college-led, technology-based initiative to fill the manufacturing worker pipeline is getting closer to launch. The Wright State University Center for Manufacturing Sciences — announced in late 2013 — is shaping up to be a major player in education … Continue reading

Material needs

Wright State helps stage advanced manufacturing and materials science camp for teachers
Material needs

Wright State and area colleges train schoolteachers on teaching materials science to their students at summer camp. Continue reading

Engineering environment

High schools, universities embracing Wright State’s innovative engineering math curriculum model
Josh Deaton headshot

Wright State’s innovative Model for Engineering Mathematics, which redefines how calculus is taught to new engineering students, is spreading to other universities and high schools. Continue reading

Wright State education model expands to high schools

Dean Nathan Klingbeil

Excerpt An education model aimed at increasing the number of students in engineering professions is expanding from Wright State University to area schools. The university’s College of Engineering and Computer Science has been developing a curriculum over the past decade, which … Continue reading

Opening for LED art installation to feature artist Erwin Redl

Dial lit up in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building

Artist Erwin Redl will discuss his LED installation “Dial” in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building during an art opening May 26. Continue reading

Courses at Wright State push the academic envelope

Students on airplane

Courses offered at Wright State give students a chance to indulge in a mind-expanding, creative exploration across various fields of study. Continue reading

Image worship

Wright State’s Nasser Kashou growing student research stars in his biomedical engineering imaging lab
Nasser Kashou and students from his biomedical imaging lab.

Assistant engineering professor Nasser Kashou has turned his biomedical imaging lab into a petri dish that grows student research stars. Continue reading

Wright State launching business intelligence initiative to understand, engage and support students

(L-R) Steve Hayward, business intelligence analyst; Craig Woolley, chief information officer; Roy Lemaster, program analyst; Aaron Skira, senior institutional research analyst; Mark Polatajko, vice president for business and finance/CFO and Sasanska Prabhala, executive director for strategic information and business intelligence constituted the core team that built the Wright State business intelligence solution.

A first-of-its-kind business intelligence solution will provide Wright State leaders with access to accurate information that will help them plan, measure and make decisions. Continue reading

Spring 2015 commencement in photos

Spring commencement in photos

Wright State University honored more than 2,100 graduating students at its 81st commencement ceremony May 2. Continue reading

Wright State President Hopkins tells graduates to go out in the world and shine

President Hopkins greeting students

Wright State University President David R. Hopkins urged graduates to “do good and inspire others” during the university’s commencement ceremony May 2. Continue reading