Engineering & Computer Science

Computer science student Swati Padhee named College of Engineering and Computer Science Intern of the Year

Swati Padhee researched the applications of artificial intelligence in medical assessment during an internship with the National Board of Medical Examiners. Continue reading

Biomedical engineering student Garrett Regan accepted into Ph.D. program at the Mayo Clinic

Garrett Regan will begin the biomedical engineering Ph.D. program after graduating from Wright State on April 30. Continue reading

Wright State biomedical engineering students design model sailboat for quadriplegics

Wright State biomedical engineering students designed an innovative voice-activated interface for radio-controlled model sailboats. Continue reading

Wright State graduate students take first, second at engineering conference

Wright State students’ research on hypersonic travel rose above hundreds of other graduate students’ work from surrounding states. Continue reading

Amy Thompson of University of Toledo named provost at Wright State

Amy Thompson is the senior vice provost of academic affairs and acting dean of the College of Graduate Studies at the University of Toledo. Continue reading

Seven Wright State students honored with Best Peer Mentor awards

Wright State students were honored for the vital help and support they provide classmates during the inaugural Peer Mentorship Award Ceremony. Continue reading

Wright State awarded over $1.2M in Choose Ohio First scholarship money for students in STEMM

Choose Ohio First scholars work with career and academic advisers from their first year of enrollment through graduation. Continue reading

Alumna Nella Ludlow returns to Wright State to lead quantum computing program

Nella Ludlow is responsible for building a research team in quantum computing and pursuing partnerships with the Defense Department, the Air Force and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading

Wright State shines in U.S. News graduate school rankings

U.S. News & World Report recognized Wright State’s graduate programs in medicine, engineering, computer science, public health, biology, psychology, social work, public administration and business. Continue reading

Engineering a good time

Hundreds of Wright State engineering students took a break and had some fun during an engineering carnival. Continue reading