Engineering & Computer Science

Food for thought

Wright State engineering alumnus Joe Bozeman makes his mark with environmental and sociological research

Wright State University engineering alumnus Joe Bozeman studies the environmental impact of food consumption along racial lines. Continue reading

Wright State announces plans to reopen for fall semester

Wright State announced plans to return to teaching on its Dayton and Lake Campuses for the fall 2020 semester on Aug. 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses. Continue reading

Opportunity knocks

Area companies continue to hire Wright State students and recent graduates for internships and full-time jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic

Students and alumni are encouraged to utilize Wright State Career Services and the many important tools they provide to assist with job searching. Continue reading

Patent performance

Wright State grad Carl Pickl awarded a patent for an Air Force wind tunnel device

Carl Pickl, who graduated in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, received a patent for a device he designed while working at the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading

Wright State considers reorganizing academic units

This effort reinvigorates our university and will provide stability and a foundation upon which to prosper. Continue reading

2020 grad Jennifer Klingle named Intern of the Year by College of Engineering and Computer Science

Jennifer Klingle, who graduated from Wright State in May with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, interns at the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

12 projects selected for the second year of Students First funding

The 12 projects selected for funding will have far-reaching impacts on both the Dayton and Lake campuses. Continue reading

Wright State employees honored for excellence

Wright State University has recognized select staff and faculty members for their vital contributions to the university. Continue reading

Game changer

Video gaming channel helps computer engineering students stay connected during coronavirus

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering uses Discord to help students and faculty stay engaged while learning from home. Continue reading

Learn more about potential majors through Wright State’s Spotlight series

Prospective students can explore potential majors and learn more about Wright State during our online Spotlight series. Continue reading