Research

Students in Field School in Archaeology excavate campus woods hope to find evidence of Wright State’s past

Wright State’s Field School in Archaeology hopes to scrape the surface to learn more about the people who lived in the woods before the university was built. Continue reading

Wright State, Air Force Research Laboratory collaborate on novel cognitive performance research project

Wright State researcher Sherif Elbasiouny and Justin Estepp, a Ph.D. in engineering student, are collaborating on a novel cognitive performance research project for the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading

2024 Wright State graduate launches chemistry career at water bottling company

Courtney Crone, who earned a master’s degree in chemistry from Wright State in 2024, was a standout teaching assistant and researcher in the College of Science and Mathematics. Continue reading

Wright State revives student-faculty collaborative writing journal

The Best Integrated Writing journal showcases Wright State students’ scholarly papers from a wide range of disciplines. Continue reading

A walk in the woods with Wright State biologist Don Cipollini

Don Cipollini, professor of biological sciences at Wright State, explores the natural world in his cable access and YouTube series “The Naturalist with Don Cipollini.” Continue reading

Hard work pays off

Wright State University students win cash for research contest

The Festival of Research, hosted by Wright State University’s College of Science and Mathematics, provided undergraduate and graduate students a chance to showcase their research. Continue reading

Wright State researchers launch novel breast cancer research

Weiwen Long, associate professor and associate chair of biochemistry and molecular biology, is working to uncover how a protein reduces the effectiveness of hormone therapies in some breast cancer patients. Continue reading

Wright State neuroengineer Sherif Elbasiouny expands ALS research with new NIH award

Researchers in Sherif Elbasiouny’s Neuro Engineering, Rehabilitation and Degeneration Laboratory are examining how the neurons that control muscles degenerate in ALS patients. Continue reading

Quick and easy

Wright State graduate students presented their research in the second annual Three Minute Thesis/Dissertation competition. Continue reading

Rural route

Wright State engineering Ph.D. student Morgan Highlander receives a prestigious NIH award

Morgan Highlander, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in engineering at Wright State, received a two-year National Institutes of Health diversity award to support her research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS. Continue reading