Research

Wright State, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base announce enhanced collaborative working relationship

Wright State will provide office and laboratory space to Air Force personnel in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, providing access to the university’s MRI scanner. Continue reading

Science of exercise

Wright State athlete and physical education graduate student Abigail Halsey studies how aerobic exercise can benefit children with autism. Continue reading

Wright State historical archaeologist Lance Greene nominated for North Carolina literary award

Lance Greene, professor of anthropology, is a finalist for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award for “Their Determination to Remain: A Cherokee Community’s Resistance to the Trail of Tears in North Carolina.” Continue reading

Wright State renal physiologist Clintoria Williams receives $2M award for chronic kidney disease research

Clintoria Williams, associate professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology, will further her research aimed at identifying novel therapeutic approaches effective for chronic kidney disease. Continue reading

Protecting and valuing the Wright State woods is focus of Runkle Woods Symposium

The fifth annual Runkle Woods Symposium on Nov. 18 will showcase research and artistic creations inspired by the Wright State campus woods. Continue reading

Wright State management information systems honored for data mining project

A team of Wright State management information systems students will be honored by Technology First for their project predicting the popularity of smart devices that talk to each other through the internet. Continue reading

Smart move, SMART student

A SMART scholarship will support Sasha Willis’s pursuit of a Ph.D. in human factors and industrial/organizational psychology through Wright State’s Eye Movement and Motion Psychophysics Lab. Continue reading

Research by Wright State biological sciences alumna Michaela Woods published in Science

Michaela Woods became interested in research while taking an undergraduate course with Megan Rúa, associate professor of biological sciences. Continue reading

Ohio, the future home of advanced semiconductors

How Wright State is preparing the workforce needed to manufacture advanced technology to power smartphones, fighter jets, and cars

Intel will bring thousands of jobs to Ohio and invest over $100 million into colleges and universities to prepare the workforce of the future. Continue reading

Growing with the community

The Lake Campus Agricultural Program teaches students modern farming practices and helps them to understand the science and relationship that farming has with the environment. Continue reading