Engineering & Computer Science

Over 2,100 students graduate at Wright State University’s 2017 spring commencement

Cliff Rosenberger, the speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives and a 2012 Wright State graduate, gave the commencement address. Continue reading

Smashing success

Wright State senior Vanessa Madrigal epitomizes athletics department’s academic emphasis

Vanessa Madrigal enrolled at Wright State to play on the tennis team and study biomedical engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Continue reading

Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger ’12 to give spring commencement address

The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 29, in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

More than 2,100 to graduate at Wright State’s spring commencement ceremony

The class includes graduates with 1,346 bachelor’s degrees and 766 master’s as well those awarded associate degrees and post-master’s certificates. Continue reading

Prescription for success

Wright State’s Muhammed Hamdan takes his senior design project on an entrepreneurial journey that could lead to a startup company

Muhammed Hamdan hopes to find investors and partners to help him produce a Multi-Sensory Medication Dispenser. Continue reading

Wright State to host Orthopaedic Research and Innovation Symposium

Tarun Goswami

Engineering and orthopaedic researchers and clinicians from around Ohio and the region are expected to attend the symposium on April 10. Continue reading

Raining champ

Wright State grad student Bridget Fricke helps engineer rainwater collection system, prosthetic foot

Bridget Fricke, who earned a B.S. in biomedical engineering from Wright State and is working on her M.S. in engineering innovation and entrepreneurship, wants to start her own biomedical company. Continue reading

Wright State faculty, alumni named to Dayton’s ‘Forty Under 40’ list

Four faculty members and eight graduates are recognized in the Dayton Business Journal’s annual “Forty Under 40” awards. Continue reading

Tall talent

Wright State senior Tony Carpenetti was drawn to mechanical engineering because it includes the design and manufacturing of machines. Continue reading

President David R. Hopkins to step down ahead of scheduled retirement to help smooth transition

Under Hopkins’ leadership, Wright State reached record high enrollments and levels of research funding, and won national recognition for service to veterans, students with disabilities and community service. Continue reading