Neuroscience and political science alumna Abagail Chumley is completing a fellowship with the Ohio Legislative Service Commission
After completing her studies in neuroscience, Abagail Chumley decided to explore a completely different world — political science and government.
Graduate biological sciences student Emily Burwell is attempting to quantify the proportion of misinformation to validated information about COVID-19 on Twitter.
Tau Beta Pi Laureate award latest honor for Wright State graduate engineering student Kara Combs
Graduate industrial and human factors engineering student Kara Combs was one of four students nationally to be named Tau Beta Pi Laureates this year.
Computer science student Swati Padhee uses artificial intelligence research in internship with National Board of Medical Examiners
Wright State Ph.D. student Swati Padhee examined the use of language to help support the validity of test scores on medical licensing exams.
The Women in Science Giving Circle enhances the educational and professional success of female students and faculty members in STEMM disciplines.