Science & Mathematics

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

Ten projects selected for the fifth year of Students First funding

The 10 projects that will receive Students First Fund grants will have far-reaching impacts on the Dayton and Lake campuses. Continue reading

Wright State’s College of Science and Mathematics to host Festival of Research

Hosted by the College of Science and Mathematics, the Festival of Research will feature podium presentations by students, poster presentations and a panel discussion with industry professionals. Continue reading

Laboratory learner

Wright State honors student Josie Graft hopes to help patients as a medical laboratory scientist

Wright State medical laboratory science major Josie Graft researches cognitive flow while receiving hands-on training during clinical rotations at Soin Medical Center. Continue reading

State grant to provide hands-on training opportunities for engineering, medical laboratory and nursing students at Wright State

Wright State will use a grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education to purchase equipment to help students prepare for careers in advanced manufacturing, medical laboratory sciences, nursing and athletic training. Continue reading

Lake Campus named a Best Accredited College for associate degree in psychology

Lake Campus’ Associate of Arts in Psychology offers a broad range of psychology courses that help students determine which area of psychology they would like to pursue. Continue reading

Science driven

Wright State biological science major Rahul Shah keeps reaching numerous mileposts in his academic and personal journey

Biological sciences major Rahul Shah serves on the university’s Board of Trustees, is a member of several student organizations and is actively involved in research at Wright State. Continue reading

Kicking off a medical career

Former Raider and professional soccer player Christopher Dupont returned to Wright State to conduct research while pursuing M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. Continue reading

Alumnus Bill Shepard returns to Wright State as vice president for advancement

Bill Shepard came to Wright State as a first-generation college student and then spent three decades in various leadership roles at the university. Continue reading

Wright State physiology and neuroscience student wins Naval Horizons Essay Contest

Kaitlyn Miller, a physiology and neuroscience student at Wright State, researched technologies that help Navy and Marine Corps divers overcome underwater challenges. Continue reading

CareSource Foundation grant allows for expansion of popular HAPI and NeuroLab programs at Wright State

The HAPI Lab and NeuroLab are interactive programs for regional high school students offered by the Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology. Continue reading