Science & Mathematics

Down to earth

Wright State grad student David Peterman has discovered fossils from California to the Carolinas

Ph.D. student David Peterman says fieldwork and travel has given him the skills to better understand the complexity of the world. Continue reading

Wright State alumna returns to campus to present DNA research

Khadijeh Alnajjar gave a seminar presentation to students and faculty in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Continue reading

Wright State professor Nathan Bowling elected Fellow of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Nathan Bowling

Nathan Bowling was recognized for significant research contributions to the field of industrial-organizational psychology. Continue reading

Network news

Career Services helps computer science student Jacquelyn Smith land prestigious job

Wright State Career Services and the Alumni Association helped senior Jacquelyn Smith line up a job as a software engineer months before she graduates. Continue reading

Ties that bind

Wright State enjoys strong relationship with Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Wright State and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base have close partners in everything from engineering and medicine to neuroscience and music. Continue reading

No doubt about it

Research award for Wright State biology student Tara-Yesomi Wenegieme shows lab prowess

Tara-Yesomi Wenegieme, a biological sciences major at Wright State, wants to become a doctor and conduct research, possibly in pathology. Continue reading

High School and college students can explore health careers at Wright State Feb. 17

High school and college students can learn more about a variety of health-related careers during Path to Health Professions Day on Feb. 17 at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State Visit Days

Learn about Business, Education, Liberal Arts, STEM disciplines and more

Prospective students and their families can meet current students, faculty and staff and see some of the labs and other facilities on campus. Continue reading

Space probe

Wright State alumna Dorothy Carter working with NASA on performance in space missions

Psychology grad Dorothy Carter will give two talks at Wright State on Feb. 7 about her research and at the Women in Science Giving Circle’s 10 Year Celebration. Continue reading

Kathrin Engisch named interim dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at Wright State

As a leader in the College of Science and Mathematics, Kathrin Engisch has focused on research in science and math education, teaching innovation and enhancing faculty development and mentoring. Continue reading