Engineering & Computer Science

Wright State’s STEMM Experience on Oct. 23 to give high school students a taste of in-demand majors and careers

High school students and their families can explore majors and careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine at Wright State’s STEMM Experience. Continue reading

Effective detective

Early disease detection is the focus of an internship of Wright State biomedical engineering major Garrett Regan

Wright State senior Garrett Regan utilizes machine learning to detect aneurysms on CT scans during an internship. Continue reading

Paying it forward

Wright State graduate Bill Miller ’75 gives back to his alma mater through his generous support of the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Inspiring the next generation of engineers has influenced Wright State graduate Bill Miller to include the College of Engineering and Computer Science in his estate. Continue reading

Tau Beta Pi trifecta

Tau Beta Pi Laureate award latest honor for Wright State graduate engineering student Kara Combs

Graduate industrial and human factors engineering student Kara Combs was one of four students nationally to be named Tau Beta Pi Laureates this year. Continue reading

A passion for research

Shashaanka Ashili ’02 helps international graduate students in electrical engineering pursue their research dreams

During Wright Day to Give, alumnus Shashaanka Ashili will offer a matching gift challenge for donation to the Shashaanka Ashili International Grad Student Research Fund. Continue reading

Campus confidence

Student involvement on campus is a top priority for student body president Jonathan Ciero

Jonathan Ciero, a senior mechanical engineering major, was elected the student body president for the 2021–22 academic year. Continue reading

All the fixings

A passion for tinkering and fixing things led Bernadette West to pursue a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State’s undergraduate computer science program ranked among best by U.S. News

Wright State computer science graduates are proficient in software and software systems across multiple application areas. Continue reading

Computer science student Swati Padhee uses artificial intelligence research in internship with National Board of Medical Examiners

Wright State Ph.D. student Swati Padhee examined the use of language to help support the validity of test scores on medical licensing exams. Continue reading

Retaining talent

Kareem Jalanbo, a junior majoring in computer science, received a Retention of Talent scholarship from the Dayton Workforce Partnerships Scholarship Program. Continue reading