Klaus Weiswurm, who studied systems engineering at Wright State in the 1960s and ’70s, helped develop breakthrough technology that keeps donor organs viable longer for transplant.
High school students can explore Wright State’s labs and maker spaces and learn more about STEMM fields on Nov. 19.
How Wright State is preparing the workforce needed to manufacture advanced technology to power smartphones, fighter jets, and cars
Intel will bring thousands of jobs to Ohio and invest over $100 million into colleges and universities to prepare the workforce of the future.
WHO WE ARE
Matt Specht, a senior industrial and systems engineering major, learned that small changes can have a significant impact on large-scale manufacturing during an internship with Honda.
For electrical engineering major and resident assistant Emma Porter, Wright State feels like home.
Graduate electrical engineering student Javonne Baker worked on radar-related projects during a summer research program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.