Research

Research into pacemakers, hearing aids, joint replacements focus of projects by Wright State biomedical engineering students

Research projects by the undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students in the College of Engineering and Computer Science hold great promise. Continue reading

Wright State professor Amit Sheth elected a Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Sciences

Amit Sheth, executive director of Wright State’s Kno.e.sis, was recognized for his contributions on information integration, distributed workflow, and semantics and knowledge-based big data analytics. Continue reading

Weekend of innovation

Students from a variety of majors dreamed up ways military medics could evaluate injured personnel from the battlefield during Innovation Weekend, sponsored by the College of Science and Mathematics. Continue reading

Survey to assess needs of older Miami Valley LGBTQ population for first time

Bonnshoft School of Medicine White Hall

Students at the Boonshoft School of Medicine are working with an alliance of community organizations to lead the LGBTQ Aging with Pride Survey. Continue reading

Stephanie Goodwin to present on bystander intervention training at National Academies convention

Stephanie Goodwin, director of faculty development and leadership, was invited to present at the National Academies of Science Engineering and Medicine convocation. Continue reading

Festival of Research hosted by College of Science and Mathematics draws a crowd

The Festival of Research hosted by the College of Science and Mathematics showcased faculty and student research and scholarship. Continue reading

Wright State social work professor wins best empirical article in social work journal

James Carter, associate professor of social work, was honored by the Journal of Social Work and Education for his research paper on student debt. Continue reading

Wright State engineering professor Amir Farajian wins $91,000 defense grant for equipment in nanomaterials research

The College of Engineering and Computer Science will use the award to acquire equipment to study atom-thin sheets of carbon for materials that could be used in electronics and aircraft. Continue reading

Engineering a better bra

Undergraduate engineering students team with graduates students for a research project. Continue reading

Taking the lead

Wright State biologist Paula Bubulya takes part in prestigious HERS Summer Institute for higher education leaders

Inspired by her HERS institute experience, Paula Bubulya wants to help Wright State hire and retain more faculty of color and women in science and expand the mentoring of junior faculty campuswide. Continue reading