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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

Wright State education alumna named a state Teacher of the Year

Wright State alumna Jenn Stormer teaches STEM in grades three through six at in Northmont City Schools. Continue reading

Wright State biomedical engineering student spent summer interning at Mayo Clinic

Ibrahim Abdulhalim, a student in the combined B.S./M.S. Biomedical Engineering Program, worked in the Mayo Clinic’s radiology department during a summer research internship. Continue reading

Wright State announces changes to commencement ceremonies

Wright State will begin holding separate graduation ceremonies for the Graduate School and undergraduate students this December. Continue reading

Wright State restores campus indoor mask policy

All students, faculty, staff and visitors are required to wear a face mask when inside all buildings on Wright State campuses, regardless of vaccination status. Continue reading

Wright State graduate student researching COVID-19 social media information, misinformation

Graduate biological sciences student Emily Burwell is attempting to quantify the proportion of misinformation to validated information about COVID-19 on Twitter. Continue reading

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

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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

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Pantries on a post help those in need thanks to Wright State MBA students

Raj Soin College of Business students worked with Good Neighbor House to install five food pantries around Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State reduces costs for students on university health plan

The new insurance plan provides students with the same benefits as previous years with a new preventive dental plan while reducing premiums by 26.5%. Continue reading