Wright State alumnus Zachary Kiehl wins 2022 Soin Award for Innovation

Zachary Kiehl was honored by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce for SafeGuard, a real-time intelligent guardian technology. Continue reading

Prediction puzzle

Wright State business student Christopher Broach receives a scholarship to help pursue an organ transplant project

Management information systems Christopher Broach is investigating cancer in organ transplant patients. Continue reading

Education and collaboration spark innovation

Wright State continues to provide and expand its resources and opportunities for students to create and innovate

Exploring areas growing and flourishing with new concepts and applications at Wright State University. Continue reading

Magnetic magic

State-of-the-art MRI scanner promises advancements in neuroscience research

The new MRI scanner promises to lead to more opportunities for collaboration between Wright State, the Air Force and researchers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
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Creating conversation

Career Services at Wright State has a new tool to help engage students and connect them with people and resources. Continue reading

Wright State biomedical engineering students design model sailboat for quadriplegics

Wright State biomedical engineering students designed an innovative voice-activated interface for radio-controlled model sailboats. Continue reading

Symposium showcases research by Boonshoft School of Medicine students, faculty

The Boonshoft School of Medicine Research Symposium featured podium presentations by three medical students and five faculty members and a poster session. Continue reading

Wright State graduate students take first, second at engineering conference

Wright State students’ research on hypersonic travel rose above hundreds of other graduate students’ work from surrounding states. Continue reading

Alumna Nella Ludlow returns to Wright State to lead quantum computing program

Nella Ludlow is responsible for building a research team in quantum computing and pursuing partnerships with the Defense Department, the Air Force and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading

Wright State historical archaeologist Lance Greene authors book on Cherokees who avoided Trail of Tears

In his new book, “Their Determination to Remain,” Lance Greene explores the complexities of race and gender in the antebellum South and the real impacts of racism. Continue reading