Women in STEMM

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 WestRock Scholars studying quality of Wilmington drinking water sources

WestRock created a research fund in 2020 to support research in sustainability science by Wright State students. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

Seven projects selected for the third year of Students First funding

Seven projects were approved for Students First Fund grants, with awards ranging from $3,650 to $10,000. Continue reading

Satellite link

Wright State mathematics major Catherine Embury researches satellites for NASA as part of an internship

Helping improve the tracking of and communication with small satellites to aid in space exploration is part of mathematics major Catherine Embury’s job description. Continue reading

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

Runkle Woods Symposium a virtual treasure chest of research and information about Wright State’s forest

The Runkle Woods Symposium is an opportunity to explore the Wright State woods with research from the Colleges of Science and Mathematics and Liberal Arts. 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

Fantastic voyage

Caroline Cao reaches stratosphere in higher education as an engineer and medical pioneer

Wright State professor Caroline Cao is an expert in the design and evaluation of enabling technology, such as haptics, navigational aids, and surgical simulation, for minimally invasive surgery. Continue reading

Dynamic Duo

Wright State University’s first female president and provost share their thoughts on being women leaders in higher education and their hopes for Wright State’s future

President Cheryl B. Schrader and Provost Susan Edwards are blazing trails at Wright State. Continue reading

Digital detective

Wright State computer science major Jacquelyn Smith completes internship with the FBI

An internship with the FBI has led Wright State junior Jacquelyn Smith to pursue a career in law enforcement after she graduates. Continue reading