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Aug 9, 2017
A College of Engineering and Computer Science program gives schoolteachers the knowledge to inspire their students to pursue materials engineering.
Aug 7, 2017
Derek Desentz, a junior computer science and computer engineering major at Wright State, hones his coding skills as an intern at the Air Force Institute of Technology.
Aug 3, 2017
Students in an introductory materials science and engineering class analyzed what it would take for humans to safely travel to Mars, live on the red planet and return to earth.
Jul 28, 2017
President Schrader was recognized for her enlightened and creative leadership and for guiding major developments in engineering education.
Jul 20, 2017
Jeremy Brunn and Alan Smith became two important members of the Kno.e.sis team that transformed Twitris into a Dayton-based startup company.
Jul 17, 2017
Maher Amer, a mechanical and materials engineering professor, will research the next generation of solar cells, as a Fulbright Scholar at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.
Jul 17, 2017
President Schrader also has future meetings scheduled with Jo Alice Blondin, president of Clark State Community College, and Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, president of Central State University.
Jul 7, 2017

National Military Intelligence Association scholarship recipient David Sutherin has big ideas about the impact of rapidly developing technology on US National Security and hopes his contributions can assist in the preparation, detection, and reaction to cyber security threats against the US. A senior at Wright State University, Sutherin is majoring in the Bachelor of Science Computer Science program and has taken several cyber security courses. Sutherin is currently employed as an Associate...

Jul 7, 2017

Student-athlete and recent graduate Sean Saffle is a stellar example of a student who learned how to do it all: a competitive runner in Division I Athletics, full-time student, and engineering intern.  A Biomedical Engineering major, Saffle was drawn to the biomedical field due to a desire to help people with technological advancements and breakthroughs in the medical industry. Seeking an internship opportunity, Saffle attended a Wright State University career fair and soon after landed an...

Jul 7, 2017

Originally from the African nation of Nigeria, Ademola Ikusan decided to make the journey to the United States for graduate school specifically to study cyber security. Ikusan chose Wright State University due to the low cost of living, research opportunities, and the Cyber Security master’s degree program. Ikusan became interested in cyber security due to his background in computer and network security and strong belief that cyber security is an area of study essential to today’s world....

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