Diverse speakers and performances that touched on everything from translational leadership to the color of music were featured in the inaugural TEDxDayton, an event designed to spread ideas and inspiration.
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.
Rewriting the formula for college success. Enhancing learning through brain stimulation. Bringing numbers to life. Examining racial identity. Learning leadership secrets.
The Ohio State University, Wright State University and nine other Ohio colleges and universities will share a $3.5 million National Science Foundation grant over the next five years...
Diabetes, kidney disease, even cancer. Their presence in the human body can change the smell and chemistry of a person’s breath...
Technology under development by Wright State researchers and field-deployable at public sites has the potential to detect viruses within minutes, giving early warning and reducing the possibility of an outbreak.
Rufus Smith, a retired Brigadier General from the Ohio National Guard, takes the helm this week of the university’s medical preparedness and disaster training program.
Jason Parker, director of Wright States Research Institute says having NASA on a resume would also go along way to landing the promising STEM student of tomorrow.
It’s an unlikely marriage of double majors—biomedical engineering and religion. But for Wright State junior Monica Leslie, it’s a match made in heaven.
As part of a statewide effort to promote Ohio’s capabilities in unmanned aerial systems, the Wright State Research Institute joined...
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