Biology

Wright State staff and faculty honored for excellence

President Cheryl B. Schrader and the campus community recognized award recipients during the University Convocation and Awards Ceremony. Continue reading

Laboratory love

Wright State alum Brandon Baum '17 wins prestigious honor from American Society for Clinical Pathology

Brandon Baum uses the skills from his biology degree and certificate in Clinical Laboratory Sciences to analyze lab work. Continue reading

Banner year

Rosa Tweed wins Fairborn Banner Art Design Contest

Wright State biological sciences and print making major designs banners commemorating 50 years of collaboration between the City of Fairborn and the university. Continue reading

Second Wright Leader Academy kicks off with new cohort of emerging university leaders

The second Wright Leader Academy cohort includes 14 participants from across the university. Continue reading

Wright State students honored for work with international plant biologists

Wright State education students worked directly with plant biologists from around the globe to create an investigative and project-based inquiry project. Continue reading

GROWing a STEM community at Wright State

Learning opportunities through gardening projects leverage technology

Faculty members use technology to increase student engagement in courses focused on health, gardening, food, community and sustainability. Continue reading

Lifeguarding job leads to medical school

Justin Kelley is pursuing a M.D./M.P.H. dual degree at the Boonshoft School of Medicine to prepare for a medical career in health policy and management. Continue reading

Wright State Honors students researching year-round

Megan Neumann, a junior biological sciences major, is one of numerous Wright State Honors students spending the summer conducting research. Continue reading

Wright State research on EAB, olive trees featured in Olive Oil Times

Don Cipollini holding piece of white fringetree affected by emerald ash borer

Excerpt A team of researchers from Ohio’s Wright State University has discovered that the invasive Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is capable of completing development on olive trees, making it the second official non-ash species of plant that can host the … Continue reading

Commentary by Wright State researchers on Lou Gehrig’s disease featured in prestigious scientific journal

Wright State biological sciences professor invited graduate students to write a commentary with him on ALS research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Continue reading