Wright State grad Behzad Ghanbarian wins prestigious geophysics award for Ph.D. research


Behzad Ghanbarian ’14 will receive the Donald L. Turcotte award from the American Geophysical Union for his dissertation on the physical and hydraulic properties of rocks and soils. 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

Ohio Mathematics Contest returning to Wright State

Kathy Engisch, Munsup Seoh and Yi Li

Elementary, middle school and high school students are invited to test their knowledge of math and physics in an competition at Wright State on April 18. Continue reading

Fitting fellow

Wright State alumna Beverly Stambaugh serving as Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow in nation’s capital
Beverly Stambaugh

Wright State alumna and middle school teacher Beverly Stambaugh is working with the National Science Foundation as an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Continue reading

Physics phenom

High school student excels in Wright State's sensors physics research lab
Shivam Sarodia at computer

Centerville high school student is excelling in math and physics classes and in the sensors physics research lab at Wright State. Continue reading

Museum master

Wright State’s Jason Deibel offers his physics talents to the National Museum of the USAF
Jason Deibel next to an A-10 Thunderbolt jet

Wright State physics professor Jason Deibel is helping the National Museum of the United States Air Force develop its STEM programs. Continue reading

Formula developed by Wright State scientists could shed light on global climate change

Professor Allen Hunt in his office

Research by two Wright State faculty members Allen Hunt and Thomas Skinner will be published in Chaos, a physics journal. Continue reading

Wright State physicist calculates spread of Ebola

Physics professor Allen Hunt

Wright State physics professor Allen Hunt publishes statistical analysis of the spread of the Ebola virus. Continue reading

Museum to participate in Dayton Regional Science Festival

Jason Deibel

Excerpt Dr. Jason Deibel, an associate professor at Wright State University, is currently working with the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force’s Education Division while on sabbatical. He will lead four museum programs during the Dayton Regional Science Festival … Continue reading

Mars mission science team includes Wright State professor, OhioLINK patron

Concept illustration of the MAVEN spacecraft near Mars

Excerpt Wright State University Research Professor Jane L. Fox, Ph.D., is waiting eagerly for MAVEN—short for Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN—to swing gently into the orbit of Mars. A faculty member since 1995, Fox has been studying planetary atmospheres since … Continue reading