Science & Mathematics

Wright State microbiology alum Mark Espy helps develop test for coronavirus

Mark Espy, who earned a master’s degree in microbiology from Wright State, is a clinical researcher at the Mayo Clinic. Continue reading

Wright State professor Dawn Wooley shares timely lessons in virology course

Dawn Wooley, professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology, provides up-to-date lectures on the coronavirus as part of her virology course. Continue reading

Opening doors

Scholarship from the National Training and Simulation Association provides valuable learning opportunities for Wright State students

Wright State seniors Zack Carpenter and Matt Barrett received scholarships and funds to attend the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in December. Continue reading

Wright State Ph.D. student Michele Miller says social reaction to Zika virus offers lessons about coronavirus

Michele Miller said the public needs to understand that scientists are still learning about coronavirus and that much is unknown. Continue reading

Explore Wright State’s colleges and majors through the Spotlight series

Spotlight is a series of live virtual events that offer high school and transfer students a chance to learn more about Wright State and interact with faculty, staff and current students. Continue reading

Decade of progress

Women in Science Giving Circle celebrates 10 years of supporting women in STEMM

To help remove barriers to women in STEMM, the Women in Science Giving Circle has raised more than $154,000 for scholarships and grants. Continue reading

Weekly online Faculty Senate lecture series launches with a talk on the coronavirus

The weekly SiP (Shelter in Place) Lecture Series will feature talks on timely topics by Wright State faculty experts. Continue reading

Shark sleuth

Wright State Ph.D. candidate Ryan Shell unearths fossils of prehistoric sharks from coast to coast

Ryan Shell, an earth and environmental sciences Ph.D. student, studies the biodiversity, biogeography and paleoecology of marine vertebrates during the early Permian Period. Continue reading

Wright State biologist Don Cipollini says research results on emerald ash borer may offer lessons on coronavirus

Cipollini says the coronavirus encounters a new habitat of humans lacking resistance, starts to infect people in a largely undetected fashion, spreads exponentially, peaks and then declines. Continue reading

Remote delivery planned for most summer classes

Nearly all summer semester courses offered by Wright State University will be provided by remote delivery only. Continue reading