Science & Mathematics

Wright State women achievers celebrated by Women’s Center during Black History Month

The Women’s Center is celebrating Black women doing wonderful things at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State testing wastewater to detect COVID-19 on campus

Sampling wastewater can help the university to catch infections early and prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Wright State community. Continue reading

Wright State speakers applaud impact of virtual TEDxDayton 2020

Watch TEDxDayton talks by Subhashini Ganapathy, chair of biomedical, industrial and human factors engineering, and Christopher Wyatt, associate chair of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology. Continue reading

High school and college students can explore health care careers during virtual event

Path to Health Professions Day will be held online on Monday, Feb. 15, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Continue reading

Enhancing minority student representation in undergraduate research was topic of College of Science and Mathematics workshop

The workshop examined how the ASK Program could enhance the recruitment and support of underrepresented minority students. Continue reading

Brain sell

Wright State neuroscience student Kalyani Chattopadhyay sets her sights on medical school

Wright State sophomore Kalyani Chattopadhyay was inspired to pursue neuroscience by her mother. Continue reading

Bear hugs

Wright State marketing student Callista Hess is the driving force behind Bears4Children’s

Wright State marketing major Callista Hess and her family run an organization that delivers personalized teddy bears to sick children. Continue reading

Top research stories in 2020

From a new MRI scanner to access to a unique 3D laser printer to imaging and treating ovarian cancer, Wright State faculty and students pursued important research endeavors in 2020. Continue reading

Two alumni appointed national trustees for Wright State

Ricky Peters ’84 received a bachelor’s degree in systems engineering, and Brittney C. Whiteside ’07, ’12 received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling. Continue reading

In virtual commencement ceremony, President Edwards praises graduates for their resiliency

“To earn a college degree is a monumental achievement in its own right, but to complete it during a global pandemic is nothing short of heroic,” Edwards told graduates. “You are inspirational.” Continue reading