Scheduled for March 14, the annual Public History Graduate Symposium will focus on “The Future is Our History" and include presentations by public history graduate students.
In a region admired for its advances in technology and engineering, Wright State University stands tall in its pursuit of innovation.
From the seven Ohio Centers of Excellence to the Wright State Research Institute, the university's community of researchers and thought leaders are solving problems and turning the unknown into the known.
Explore the many research centers and university research sectors on campus. See why so many organizations, military units, and universities are seeking to partner with Wright State University.
Graduate students can work with faculty experts, fellow graduate students, and possibly undergraduate students on the faculty member's research. You can also discuss your ideas for independent research.
Graduate students may apply for Graduate Research Assistantship positions that may be eligible for tuition remission and annual stipends.
Defense Forum examines future of unmanned aerial systems and aerospace industries in the the Dayton region.
Wright State's Social Entrepreneurship Fund is now accepting project proposals for innovative ideas regarding large-scale solutions to social problems.
Computer science and engineering professor Travis Doom has pioneered Student Centered Active Learning Environment, or SCALE-UP, an innovative classroom environment.
Govind Bharwani, Ph.D., co-director of ergonomics and Alzheimer’s care in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and director of Nursing Ergonomics and Alzheimer’s Care at the Nursing Institute of West Central Ohio, received the American College of Health Care …
Wright State faculty and alumni are taking an active role in organizing and participating in next month's national Association of Women in Psychology conference.
Wright State’s National Center for Medical Readiness at Calamityville received a donation of personal protective clothing and urban search and rescue training equipment from LION.
A stroke gave Wright State neuroscientist Debra Ann Mayes a unique perspective on rehabilitation, neurological therapy and regeneration.
Wright State researchers are helping change the traditional model for teaching science by making learning more meaningful for students and moving them into a higher form of reasoning.
Excerpt Dennis Andersh has only been at the Wright State Research Institute for a few months, but he looks totally at home in his new role. The former local leader of Leidos (known as SAIC until recently) has been tabbed to …
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