Wright State University researchers find that olive trees could be vulnerable to emerald ash borer

Wright State University researchers find that olive trees could be vulnerable to emerald ash borer

Wright State researchers find that emerald ash borer, which is destroying ash trees in a large swath of the United States, can also successfully complete development on olive trees. Continue reading

Wright State hosting Shakespeare conference on 400th anniversary of the famous playwright’s death

Carol Mejia LaPerle, associate professor of early modern literature, is  organizing the “Encountering Shakespeare” conference at Wright State on Oct. 20-22. (Photo by Erin Pence)

The “Encountering Shakespeare” conference takes place Oct. 20-22 in the Wright State Student Union from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Continue reading

Wright State biomedical researchers selected to present invention at prestigious statewide forum

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao

Wright State researchers will seek funding and feedback for their revolutionary medical device that could eliminate the need for radiation-emitting X-rays in certain procedures. Continue reading

Wright State’s Allen Hunt develops new tool to measure soil production that offers promise in predicting global warming

Wright State’s Allen Hunt co-authors book on new tool that offers promise in predicting global warming

Being able to predict soil production also helps with soil conservation, protecting crops, preventing landslides and forecasting changes in the landscape. Continue reading

Wright State’s first president Brage Golding dies

Wright State's first president Brage Golding dies

Known as an innovator with an entrepreneurial spirit, Brage Golding served as Wright State’s president from 1966 to 1972. Continue reading

Additional dates added for Wright State research study on bipolar disorder and schizophrenia


This part of the study seeks African-Americans age 18 or older who do not have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Continue reading

Wright State University awarded prestigious Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative from the Office of Naval Research


The Wright State project is focused on discovering epigenetic biomarkers that identify individuals who could benefit from high-intensity training. Continue reading

Pack mentality

New book by Wright State’s Edward Fitzgerald shows importance of courts in saving the wolf
Pack mentality

Political science professor Edward Fitzgerald says that over the years the courts have been instrumental in protecting the environment. Continue reading

Wright State professor studies dead people’s teeth

Amelia Hubbard's current research looks at what ancient DNA and tooth features can tell about the movements and interactions between past peoples.

Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine student selected for Minority Medical Student Award Program

Ramanjot Kang, a third-year medical student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.

The program encourages minority medical students’ interest in hematology by providing the opportunity to create and implement a hematology-related research project. Continue reading