Graduate

Wright State alumnus Jeffrey Cooper on a quest to improve the health of the region

Jeffrey Cooper

Wright State graduate Jeffrey Cooper takes the reigns as the new health commissioner for Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County. Continue reading

Collaboration in new NEC Building starts with star student researchers

Adam Deardorff in imaging lab

Scheduled to open next month, the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building will help Wright State’s brightest student researchers work together to create innovations that improve people’s lives. Continue reading

Polar express

Wright State’s Alison Agather to measure mercury levels in Arctic Ocean as part of international expedition
Alison Agather and Chad Hammerschmidt in museum

Graduate environmental science student Alison Agather will measure mercury levels in the Arctic Ocean as part of an international expedition. Continue reading

Master of disaster

Wright State student Dan Baker manages emergency plans for Toledo-Lucas County Health Department
Dan Baker

Wright State grad student Dan Baker manages emergency plans for the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, coordinating response in a region that includes half a million people, Lake Erie and a nuclear power plant. Continue reading

How Wright State students spent Spring Break

How Wright State students spent Spring Break

From playful to work-full to relax-filled, Wright State students discuss how they spent Spring Break. Continue reading

Fitting fellow

Wright State alumna Beverly Stambaugh serving as Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow in nation’s capital
Beverly Stambaugh

Wright State alumna and middle school teacher Beverly Stambaugh is working with the National Science Foundation as an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Continue reading

Collaboration between Wright State and Johns Hopkins may lead to new treatments for sepsis patients

Mark Rich in lab

Wright State neuroscientists are collaborating with clinicians at Johns Hopkins Medicine to determine whether they can help paralyzed patients after overcoming sepsis infection. Continue reading

Wright State wins ‘milestone’ sensors contract with AFRL

Collaboration of faculty scientists, industry partners and universities a model driving growth in Ohio defense sectors
Wright State Research Institute Logo

WSRI receives $14 million contract to conduct research in fundamental sensing and sensor exploitation technologies for the Air Force Research Laboratory Sensors Directorate. Continue reading

CSIC to Rise. Shine. with kickoff celebration Feb. 26

CSIC logo

Faculty, staff and retirees can donate to 1,600 scholarships and programs during the annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign “RISE. You Make Us SHINE.” Continue reading

Sensing victory

Wright State and Wright STEPP alum Adrienne Bolds-Ephrem flying high with Air Force sensors unit
Adrienne Bolds-Ephrem headshot

After participating in the Wright STEPP program and earning two biomedical engineering degrees at Wright State, Adrienne Bolds-Ephrem is flying high with an Air Force sensors unit. Continue reading