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The College of Science and Mathematics has begun a multi-year hiring initiative faculty in defined clusters, including a proposed PhD program in applied Science and Mathematics. The College is searching for new tenure track faculty in specifically targeted academic areas of Physics, Mathematics, Biostatistics, and the research area involving Cell Signaling, based in three departments. More information and specifics can be found here:
College of Science and Mathematics News
- Earth & Environmental Science Lecture
The College of Science and Mathematics would like to announce a lecture on climate change. Dr. Allen Hunt will lead a lecture over the impact of climate change since the Pleistocene period and the impact on local areas.
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- Dr. Audrey McGowin's Environmental Chemistry students participated in a project collaboration between Wright State University and Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH.
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- Psychology student defies odds with strong work ethic and determination to succeed. Read more about Jessica Lane's success at Wright State.
- Dr. Dawn Wooley of the Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology & Physiology has been named to the Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee under the National Institutes of Health. Read more information on Dr. Wooley's assignment here.