Engineering & Computer Science

Keeping talent at home

Wright State’s partnership with Leidos helps build a skilled and diverse workforce

Nearly 100 Wright State graduates work out of the Beavercreek office of Leidos, which has nurtured a pipeline of talent from the university. Continue reading

Wright State’s engineering, business online programs among nation’s best, says U.S. News and World Report

U.S. News recognizes Wright State’s Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, Master of Information Systems and Master in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and MBA programs. Continue reading

Studies on muscle disease, high blood pressure and phone addiction are among top research stories of 2019

From muscle diseases to high blood pressure to phone addiction, Wright State University faculty and students have pursued important research endeavors. Continue reading

Fall 2019 commencement ceremony in photos

Wright State University honored more than 1,400 graduating students at its fall commencement ceremony Dec. 14 in the Nutter Center. Continue reading

More than 1,400 students graduate at Wright State’s 2019 fall commencement

Graduating students and their families celebrated the culmination of their education at Wright State University Dec. 14 during the 2019 fall commencement ceremony at the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Brian Rigling named dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Brian Rigling had served as interim dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science since July 2018. Continue reading

Wright State awarded nearly $1 million in Choose Ohio First grants for computer science scholarships

The grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education will help support student recruitment and continuation for the first two academic years. Continue reading

Science and Mathematics Dean Douglas Leaman named interim provost of Wright State

Douglas Leaman, dean of the College of Science and Mathematics, will join the leadership team of Susan Edwards, who will become the university’s eighth president on Jan. 1. Continue reading

News value

Army ROTC cadet Tyler Scott gets a taste of working in the media

Tyler Scott, majors in history and minors in computer science, is an Army ROTC cadet and plans to serve as an officer in the U.S. Army after he graduates from Wright State. Continue reading

More than 1,400 students to graduate at Wright State’s 2019 fall commencement

Wright State’s 2019 fall commencement ceremony takes place on Saturday, Dec. 14, beginning at 10 a.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading