Science & Mathematics

Prizeworthy poster

Wright State biology student Johana Barrientos scores big in national Louis Stokes poster/presentation competition

Johana Barrientos was recognized for creating a poster that explains her research on a complicated heart disease it in a detailed, colorful and reader-friendly way. Continue reading

Wetlands system, water quality study focus of national attention on Lake Campus researchers

Stephen Jacquemin, associate professor of biology and research coordinator at Lake Campus, led a study documenting changes in water quality following the implementation of new rules and best management practices. Continue reading

Students can explore career opportunities at Path to Health Professions Day

High school and college students can learn more about careers as doctors, nurses and veterinarians during Path to Health Professions Day on Feb. 19. Continue reading

Strategic planning process will create ongoing dialogue at Wright State

Thousands of Wright State community members can shape the university’s future through a new strategic planning process that the university hopes will become part of the leadership culture. Continue reading

Boonshoft Scholars scholarship recipient committed to serving others

Julia Hitchcock, who graduated with a degree in biology from Wright State in 2017, is the recipient of the four-year Boonshoft Scholars scholarship. Continue reading

Researchers may have found way to treat weakness in patients following critical illness

The research may provide the first-ever therapy for weakness acquired by patients in intensive care units. Continue reading

In a good light

Wright State’s Elliott Brown and Weidong Zhang help develop promising new semiconductor for LED lighting

Research by Wright State physicists led to a scientific breakthrough that promises to make the LED lighting more efficient and affordable. Continue reading

Wright State to hold Let’s Talk forum on university budget and finances

The next Let’s Talk community forum will be held Jan. 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Apollo Room of the Student Union. Continue reading

Wright State computer science student playing key role in DNA software debate

Nathan Adams, a computer science graduate student, works with Dan Krane, professor of biology, to review DNA evidence in criminal cases. Continue reading

Wright State biology student dives deep into campus opportunities

Megan Reed stays active through the university scuba program, conducting research in an earth and environmental sciences lab and serving in the Ohio Air National Guard. Continue reading