Science & Mathematics

Opening for LED art installation to feature artist Erwin Redl

Dial lit up in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building

Artist Erwin Redl will discuss his LED installation “Dial” in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building during an art opening May 26. Continue reading

French lesson

Wright State’s Carine Verlin spins life’s challenges into gold
Carline Verlin in Wright State’s Friendship Food Pantry

Carine Verlin grew up in France and later weathered significant challenges. Today, the 43-year-old is a graduate student at Wright State with a psychology degree and is steaming toward a double master’s degree. Continue reading

Courses at Wright State push the academic envelope

Students on airplane

Courses offered at Wright State give students a chance to indulge in a mind-expanding, creative exploration across various fields of study. Continue reading

Spring 2015 commencement in photos

Spring commencement in photos

Wright State University honored more than 2,100 graduating students at its 81st commencement ceremony May 2. Continue reading

Wright State President Hopkins tells graduates to go out in the world and shine

President Hopkins greeting students

Wright State University President David R. Hopkins urged graduates to “do good and inspire others” during the university’s commencement ceremony May 2. Continue reading

More than 2,100 to graduate at Wright State’s spring commencement

Graduates with diplomas

Wright State will hold its 2015 spring commencement ceremony in the Nutter Center on Saturday, May 2, at 10 a.m. Continue reading

New Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Applied Science and Mathematics approved by the state

Interdisciplinary Applied Science and Mathematics logo

New College of Science and Mathematics program is designed for students possessing a B.S. or M.S. degree in mathematics, physics or other related disciplines. Continue reading

Puppy love

Wright State’s Regina Willen proves that petting is instrumental in reducing stress in shelter dogs
Regina Willen with dog

Wright State researchers find that petting for as little as 15 minutes a day is instrumental in reducing stress of dogs in animal shelters. Continue reading

8 cool things you didn’t know about Dayton geology

David Schmidt talking

Excerpt We all know that the Gem City is beautiful on the surface, but have you ever wondered what’s below us? We talked with David Schmidt, director of undergraduate programs in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science at Wright … Continue reading

What can we learn from California’s water crisis?

Hunt Brown

Excerpt California’s long-running drought made national headlines earlier this month when Gov. Jerry Brown announced sharp reductions in water use that will affect everyone in the state. While we here in the Midwest aren’t as worried today about water use, … Continue reading