Monthly Archives: December 2014

Duck deductions

Researchers’ genetic work on ducks lands in prestigious scientific journal
Jeffrey Peters and Philip Lavretsky

Research by Wright State biologists on the genetic makeup of ducks was published and highlighted in a prestigious scientific journal. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Biology, Faculty, Home news sidebar, News, Research, Science & Mathematics |

Wright State selected as computer programming center

Excerpt Wright State University has been selected as a center to teach high-speed, high-performance computer programming, school officials announced Tuesday. Wright State is among a select group of universities around the globe designated as a CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Wright State, WYSO collaborate on veterans radio project

Jeremy Dobbins, Will Davis and Allison Loy

Wright State student veterans create radio series examining veterans’ experiences transitioning to civilian life. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Communication, Engineering & Computer Science, History, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Military & Veterans, News, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures |

Boonshoft School of Medicine receives state grant to improve trauma patient triage outcomes

Priti Parikh

Boonshoft School of Medicine Department of Surgery receives research grant to help improve patient triage at roadside accidents. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering, Engineering & Computer Science, Home news sidebar, Medical Research, Medicine, News, Research, Surgery |

More than 1,100 to graduate at Fall Commencement

Ceremony takes place Dec. 13 at 10 a.m. at the Nutter Center.

The Wright State University Nutter Center will be packed with a raucous crowd Saturday, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m. And though thousands will cross the finish line, it will not be an athletic endeavor. Continue reading

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Programmed for success

Wright State selected as center to teach high-speed, high-performance computer programming
Meilin Liu

Wright State is among a select group of universities around the globe designated as centers to teach a state-of-the-art computer programming model. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Computer Science and Engineering, Engineering & Computer Science, Faculty, Home news sidebar, News |

True grit

Wright State’s Marti Malott battles cancer as she chases long-awaited college degree
Marti Malott with her daughter

Grandmother of five who came to Wright State to pursue a long-sought college dream is working on her degree while battling cancer. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Communication, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News |

Wright State selects French professor for international award

S. Narayanan, Kirsten Halling and Michelle Streeter-Ferrari

Excerpt Kirsten Halling, an associate French professor at Wright State University, has been selected for the university’s 2014 International Education Award winner. In presenting her the honor, WSU noted that she “helped spur the dramatic growth of Wright State’s French … Continue reading

Posted in Faculty, Liberal Arts, News, Wright State in the News |

2014 Christmas for Kids toy drive kicks off

Toy barrels are popping up around the Dayton Campus as part of the annual Holiday Gift Program at Wright State University. Continue reading

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Ebola facts for nursing students

American Association of Colleges of Nursing provides online resources highlighting key information sources about the Ebola crisis. Continue reading

Posted in Nursing, Kinesiology, & Health Sciences |