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Along for the ride

Wright State employees find bicycling to work invigorating, adventurous

Wright State employees bicycle to work for the exercise, to relieve stress and help the environment. Continue reading

Chance encounter

Wright State’s Joyce Howes donates a kidney to Phil Combs, a former colleague she never knew

Joyce Howes donated her kidney to Phil Combs after he sent an email to his colleagues asking for help. Continue reading

Power surge

Wright State associate professor Rory Roberts helps engineering students launch careers in aerospace propulsion

Rory Roberts, associate professor of mechanical and materials engineering, designs his courses with hands-on experiences to give his students invaluable real-world lessons. Continue reading

Wright State engineering professor Caroline Cao graduates from prestigious ELATE program

Caroline Cao, professor of biomedical, industrial and human factors engineering, wants to build an ecosystem for entrepreneurship at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State’s Steven Aldredge wins national choral music competition to commemorate Reformation

Steve Aldredge’s winning composition, “O Glorious Word of Life,” debuted at the Sioux Falls Arena in South Dakota during a worship service featuring hundreds of singers. Continue reading

Revolutionary research

Wright State English professor Sharon Lynette Jones will produce book about famous civil rights activist Angela Davis

Sharon Lynette Jones’ new book project will take extensive research and involve visits to archives around the country. Continue reading

Wright State English professor Crystal B. Lake receives National Endowment for Humanities grant

The grant will support work by Crystal B. Lake and a team of researchers to create an innovative scholarly digital edition of “Vetusta Monumenta,” a series of prints documenting rare antiquities. Continue reading

Wright State President Cheryl B. Schrader to facilitate campus conversations in first week

As Wright State reaches the half-century mark, incoming President Cheryl B. Schrader is at the controls, pledging to help take the university to the next level. Continue reading