Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering

Interim Dean Brian Rigling brings a fresh perspective to the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Rigling says he’s committed to taking care of students, faculty and staff in the college. Continue reading

Power of persistence

Wright State alum James Dahlman does pioneering work in biomedical engineering

James Dahlman, who graduated from Wright State with a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering, was named one of “35 Innovators Under 35” by the MIT Technology Review. Continue reading

Trauma care

Wright State engineering professor Pratik Parikh to lead research designed to optimize locations of hospital trauma centers

Reshaping the network of hospital trauma centers to increase their effectiveness in saving lives and better utilize resources is the goal of research led by Wright State. Continue reading

Helping students succeed

Wright State graduate Doug Rasor and his wife, Barbara, create scholarship fund for engineering and computer science students

Doug Rasor and his wife, Barbara, hope their newly created scholarship will impact the lives of students, just as theirs was by a scholarship Doug received as a student at Wright State. Continue reading

Global reach

Wright State Army ROTC cadets take part in summer programs, internships around the world

Summer programs and internships help U.S. Army ROTC cadets hone their medical, language and cultural skills as well as to strengthen relationships among U.S. allies. Continue reading

14 Wright State alumni named to Dayton Business Journal’s ‘Forty Under 40’ list

Wright State University made a big splash in the Dayton Business Journal’s 2018 “Forty Under 40” awards. Continue reading

Wright State imaging researchers demonstrate a novel approach for measuring brain function connectivity

The research could lead to a more effective way to study people with autism, Alzheimer’s and depression. Continue reading

Wright State engineering professor Caroline Cao graduates from prestigious ELATE program

Caroline Cao, professor of biomedical, industrial and human factors engineering, wants to build an ecosystem for entrepreneurship at Wright State. Continue reading

Healthy choice

Wright State alum Nicholas Ballester flourishes as engineer with Chicago health care analytics firm

Nicholas Ballester used his two engineering degrees from Wright State to land a job with a company founded and run by medical doctors. Continue reading

Symphony for Peace at Wright State to raise awareness of Syrian refugee crisis

Scheduled for March 28, a Symphony for Peace will use dialogue, film, photography and music to explore the refugee crisis caused by the Syrian civil war. Continue reading