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‘Serenity now’

On May 31, Wright State’s Human Resources hosted the first-ever Art of Relaxation. Continue reading

Wright State University research on olive trees and emerald ash borer featured on Entomology Today

Wright State researchers find that emerald ash borer, which is destroying ash trees in a large swath of the United States, can also successfully complete development on olive trees. Continue reading

Taking the lead

Wright Leader Academy laying the groundwork for university’s future

Representatives from 12 campus units developed their leadership skills through the new Wright Leader Academy. Continue reading

Fashion show

Wright State assistant professor Elizabeth Bourgeois wants to open costuming courses, shop to all students

Located in the Creative Arts Center, the costume shop supports performances produced by Wright State’s Theatre and Dance programs. Continue reading

Lucky number 7

It was a full house in the Wright State University Student Union Atrium on March 6, as students, faculty, staff and community members gathered to witness university history.
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President’s day

Wright State President-designate Cheryl B. Schrader gets a feel for campus, offers university a glimpse of her vision

On her first day as president-designate, Cheryl B. Schrader charmed the campus community, fielded questions from the media, explored the tunnel system and got a peek at her next office. Continue reading

Cheryl B. Schrader named next president of Wright State University

Cheryl B. Schrader, chancellor of Missouri University of Science and Technology, will become the first woman to serve as president of Wright State University. Continue reading

Inside job

Wright State’s Chinonye Chukwu launches pioneering film project with incarcerated women

Watch films written by incarcerated women as part of the “Pens to Pictures” project in the Creative Arts Center at noon on Dec 4. Continue reading

Wright State University researchers find that olive trees could be vulnerable to emerald ash borer

Wright State researchers find that emerald ash borer, which is destroying ash trees in a large swath of the United States, can also successfully complete development on olive trees. Continue reading

Wine wizard

Wright State dean emeritus Charles Taylor sharing knowledge of wine and philosophy in international journal

Charles Taylor spent 35 years on the Wright State faculty and served as dean of the College of Liberal Arts from 2005 to his retirement in 2012. Continue reading