Science & Mathematics

Exposing biotechnology

Wright State partnerships help local high school students learn about biomanufacturing

Local high school students learned about biotechnology research and careers at the Dayton bioManufacturing Awareness and Discovery Experience (DaytonMADE) camp at Wright State this summer. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation welcomes new trustees

Doug Hull, a three-time Wright State graduate, and Julie Jacobs were appointed to the Wright State University Foundation board. Continue reading

Wright State staff leaders, faculty member honored for excellence by SOCHE

Kurt Holden, Josh Ricker and Amanda Spencer were honored by the Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education with 2023-2024 Excellence Awards. Continue reading

Three Wright State alumni reflect on longtime bonds, mental health landscape

Kelly Barcelo, Eric Henderson and Amy Van Dyke bonded as psychology students at Wright State and still work in the mental health field in Dayton today. Continue reading

Wright State, Air Force Research Laboratory collaborate on novel cognitive performance research project

Wright State researcher Sherif Elbasiouny and Justin Estepp, a Ph.D. in engineering student, are collaborating on a novel cognitive performance research project for the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading

2024 Wright State graduate launches chemistry career at water bottling company

Courtney Crone, who earned a master’s degree in chemistry from Wright State in 2024, was a standout teaching assistant and researcher in the College of Science and Mathematics. Continue reading

Area Latino students strengthen STEM skills and learn about college at two Wright State camps

Wright State University welcomed dozens of Latino middle school and high school students from around Raider Country for two week-long camps to learn about STEM and what Wright State can offer them. Continue reading

Good chemistry

Dual chemistry and music major Ben Kressbach is thriving at Wright State

Ben Kressbach, who is originally from San Antonio, found the support he needed at Wright State to pursue his passion in chemistry and music. Continue reading

Intel Sponsored Summer Internship Program, offered by Central State and hosted by Wright State, to train students in semiconductor manufacturing

Thirty-five high school and college students will spend two months at Wright State University developing their skills in semiconductor manufacturing and fabrication during the Intel Sponsored Summer Internship Program. Continue reading

Wright State Libraries honor graduating students as 2024 Top Scholars

Seven Top Scholars were awarded a book in their subject area that is now a permanent part of the Wright State University Libraries’ collection. Continue reading