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Student Success Stories

Leah Blake

Computer Science

Computer Science major Leah Blake is a senior undergraduate student at Wright State University studying in the College of Engineering & Computer Science.  She chose to major in Computer Science due to her avid interest in computers and web des

Logan Blazier

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering major Logan Blazier is currently interning with Leidos.

Zachary Brooks

Biomedical Engineering

Senior Biomedical Engineering major Zach Brooks has greatly enjoyed his recent internship with Mane, Inc.

Anoop Chunchu

Industrial & Human Factors Engineering

This article explores the internship experience of Anoop Chunchu, current graduate student in the College of Engineering & Computer Science at Wright State University, and provides some insight into the importance of internships. 

Renyssa Davis

Mechanical Engineering

Fifth year Mechanical Engineering student Renyssa Davis has greatly enjoyed her internship experience with BWI Group, stating that it has given her more confidence in her field.

Derek Desentz

Computer Science & Computer Engineering

WSU sophomore Derek Desentz is not only a double major in Computer Science and Computer Engineering, he is also a “double intern” as well, doing internships for both AFIT and NextGen Federal.  Desentz reports that he learned of both internships th

Venkata Dheeraj Majeti

Cyber Security

Venkata Dheeraj Majeti is working toward his Master’s in Cyber Security. Dheeraj’s interest in Cyber Security began during his freshman year after attending a few workshops over the subject.

Shashank Reddy Goli

Industrial and Human Factors Engineering

Shashank Reddy Goli, a graduate student studying industrial and human factors engineering at Wright State, is spending the summer interning at Tesla’s manufacturing facility in Fremont, California.

Ademola Ikusan

Cyber Security

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

Sean Saffle

Biomedical Engineering

Student athlete and recent graduate Sean Saffle is a stellar example of a student who learned how to do it all: competitive runner in Division I Athletics, full-time student, and engineering intern.  A Biomedical Engineering major, Saffle was draw

Shehap Saleh

Electrical Engineering

International student Shehap Saleh is a junior in the Electrical Engineering program and is currently participating in an internship with Materials Resources, LLC.

Caleb Smith

Computer Science

Computer Science major Caleb Smith had many reasons for deciding to attend Wright State, such as proximity to family, affordable tuition, scholarships, and the Computer Science program.  He chose to major in Computer Science due to his inter

David Sutherin

Computer Science

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 react