Science & Mathematics

College of Science and Mathematics’ Festival of Research to showcase talent

The Festival of Research will showcase Wright State student and faculty research and scholarship on Sept. 20 in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building. Continue reading

Physical attraction

Wright State senior Faith White sees Army ROTC as pathway to medical career

Wright State Army ROTC Cadet Faith White intends to serve at least four years of active duty in the Army after graduating in December with a biological sciences degree. Continue reading

Above and beyond

The 2019 Alumni Achievement Award winners

The winners of the Alumni Achievement Awards will be honored at a ceremony on Oct. 4 during Homecoming Weekend. Continue reading

Baby steps

Pregnancy-related disorders target of pioneering research by Wright State’s Thomas L. Brown

Preeclampsia is a leading cause of maternal and infant illness and death worldwide, but Thomas Brown is trying to change that. Continue reading

A mind for government

Adrian Williams, neuroscience major and vice president of the student body, wants to be secretary of health and human services someday. Continue reading

Wright State will welcome 900 new students on Move-In Day on Aug. 22

During Operation Move-In, new residential students will move into residence halls and on-campus apartments on Aug. 22 and returning residential students will move in on Aug. 24. Continue reading

Going social

Wright State’s Class of 2023 gets to know each other before school begins

Incoming students in Wright State’s Class of 2023 connect with fellow classmates and build friendships before the fall semester even begins. Continue reading

Lake Campus collaborates in water quality project that draws researchers from around the nation

Wright State–Lake Campus collaborated with other university researchers to study harmful algal bloom activity on Grand Lake St. Marys. Continue reading

Wright State environmental student meets with nation’s top environmental official

Leon Katona, an environmental sciences Ph.D. candidate, conducted research this summer on Lake Erie aboard the Lake Guardian, the U.S. EPA’s largest research vessel. Continue reading

Lake Campus wetlands expert Stephen Jacquemin meets with governor’s group

Steve Jacquemin, associate professor of biology, was invited to the Ohio governor’s residence to discuss how wetlands can help reduce nutrient runoff and harmful algal blooms. Continue reading