Research Highlights

  • The first annual Lake Campus Research Symposium was held in 2016.The event was centered around 20+ research projects presented by 30+ faculty and students and was attended by over 150 people from the campus community. Since then, the event has grown to include even more projects and garnered increasing amounts of support from the community.

  • The internal grant program that was launched in 2015 continues to provide research support to both faculty and students. To date, the program has been instrumental in providing opportunities for both students and faculty to expand their education through research and has helped catalyze many peer reviewed research articles, external funding, and successful projects of all kinds.

  • The program continues to hold various research related workshops on building proposals, writing research papers, or identifying external grant support.

  • Faculty and faculty mentored students have produced 100+ units of research spanning peer reviewed journal articles, contracts and grants, books, book chapters, book reviews, novelettes, reference works, short fiction works, plays, and scholarly presentations

  • For more information, please explore the research reports from the campus over the past few years!

Research Reports

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Research News

Mar 12, 2018
Faculty, staff and retirees may choose among Wright State’s more than 1,900 scholarships and programs during the annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign “40 Years in the Making.”
Feb 28, 2018
Two medical students from the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine will complete clinical rotations with local physicians...
Feb 26, 2018
The willingness to work together, the freedom to try new things and a strong sense of acceptance and community were among the strengths of Wright State voiced in the latest community dialogue session...
Feb 23, 2018

CELINA, OH – On Thursday, February 22, 2018 the Third Annual Mercer-Auglaize Science Day was held at Wright State University – Lake Campus.

Forty-eight middle school students from Marion Local and New Bremen Schools participated in the event. Teachers from these school districts helped mentor their students. These teachers include Amy Poeppelman, New Bremen; Laura Post, Marion Local; Jeff Kaup, Marion Local and Margaret Kuck, Marion Local.

Projects which earn a...

Feb 15, 2018
Stephen Jacquemin, associate professor of biology and research coordinator at Lake Campus, led a study documenting changes in water quality following the implementation of new rules and best management practices.
Feb 14, 2018

CELINA, OH - On Thursday, March 14th, 2018 from 1-4pm  a Job Fair will be held at Wright State University - Lake Campus in James F. Dicke Hall. This is an excellent opportunity for Lake Campus students and community members to meet with companies about professional employment, internships and co-op position. Mercer County Job and Family Services and WCSM Radio are sponsors for this event.

More information can be found at lake.wright.edu/jobfair....

Feb 9, 2018

CELINA, OH – During the month of January, Wright State University - Lake Campus conducted its annual book drive in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. The outpour of donations from the Lake Campus community of students, staff, and faculty was tremendous, totaled over 1,200 books. 

Student workers at the WSU-Lake Campus Student Success Center and members of the Diversity Committee volunteered their time to tally the donated books, and delivered them to C.A.L.L. Food Pantry, Mercer County...

Feb 6, 2018
The importance of community engagement, strong leadership and a focus on students were common themes at the first open forum of Wright State’s strategic planning process.
Feb 2, 2018
The new state-of-the-art facility will further cement Lake Campus' role as a leader in agriculture education and the study of water quality.
Feb 1, 2018
Thousands of Wright State community members can shape the university's future through a new strategic planning process that the university hopes will become part of the leadership culture.

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