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Peer Mentoring Program

Peer mentors are successful Engineering and Computer Science students who help incoming students have a positive start.

Wright State Featured in Ohio's Energy Debate

Dayton Daily News reports that coal-dependent Ohio faces big changes under federal rules requiring a large cut in the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by power plants. Seniors enrolled in our Renewable and Clean Energy Program work to test a solar-thermal system designed for potential use heating space and water in downtown Dayton. 

Ph.D. Student Wins Aviation Award

At the June 2016 AIAA Aviation conference in Washington, D.C., Mr. Koorosh Gobal earned the Best Student Technical Paper award! Koorosh is a Ph.D. candidate working with Dr. Ramana Grandhi. The award is sponsored by Boeing, Lockheed Martin, NASA, and AIAA and carries a cash award of $2000. In the picture, Professor Dimitri Mavris of Georgia Tech is presenting the award to Koorosh.

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Higher Learning Commission reaffirms Wright State’s accreditation

Established as an independent university in 1967, Wright State received its initial accreditation in 1968 and has been continuously accredited since that time.
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Wright State researchers honored for top paper on technology to improve diagnostics for the human eye

Critical components of the sensing are being fabricated and tested in Wright State’s Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
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‘Pivotal Tuesdays’ seen as important resource for presidential debate watchers at Wright State

“Pivotal Tuesdays: Four Elections that Shaped the 20th Century” is this year’s Common Text and will be distributed to students this summer during Orientation.
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College spirit

Wright State’s Nickolas Hayden flourishing on the heels of getting his GED
Nickolas Hayden is majoring in computer engineering and philosophy and hopes to pursue a career in computer programming or create apps or video games.
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