Engineering & Computer Science

Wright State plans for increased on-campus classes and activities this fall

Wright State plans to resume regular campus operations in Fall Semester with expanded classroom capacity, activities, events and residence hall experiences. Continue reading

Construction material

Two-time Wright State graduate Jacob Marino combines engineering with business in the construction industry

Jacob Marino lives in two different worlds using two different degrees — engineering and business. Continue reading

Alumni Association to celebrate 50th anniversary of supporting Wright State

A small group of volunteers founded the Wright State Alumni Association in 1971, bringing together graduates by coordinating activities and services to enrich the community. Continue reading

Prepared for takeoff

Dozens of high school students from around the country learned about aviation, health care and cybersecurity at Air Camp at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State graduate student Kara Combs receives top national award from Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers

Kara Combs received the James W. Barany Student Award for Excellence for bringing distinction to industrial engineering at Wright State. Continue reading

Making a splash

Wright State students win awards at national solar powered boat competition

Wright State mechanical and materials engineering students received the Best Rookie team award at the 27th annual Solar Splash competition. Continue reading

Lake Campus to expand advanced manufacturing training programs with new Workforce Development Center

Lake Campus will expand its advanced manufacturing and robotics programs and offer more credentials, certificates and apprenticeship opportunities through the Workforce Development Center. Continue reading

Wright State business students capture IT award using data analytics to predict pet adoption

The student applied their analytical skills to create a solution for a Kaggle Data Analytics Challenge Competition. Continue reading

Skies the limit

Wright State engineering students helped Valley View Junior High students sail a high-altitude balloon 19 miles above the Earth’s surface. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation welcomes new trustees

Dave Deptula ’80 will serve as chair of the foundation's board

The Wright State University Foundation has appointed six new trustees to its board, effective July 1. Continue reading