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Wright State opens season with ‘Restoration’

Wright State opens season with ‘Restoration’

Excerpt The play’s the thing as Wright State University prepares to open its 42nd season with the 17th century romantic thriller “Restoration!” beginning Thursday, Sept. 22, inside the Festival Playhouse of the newly renovated Creative Arts Center. This quasi world … Continue reading

Wright State political science professor discusses presidential debates

Lee Hannah, assistant political science professor at Wright State, discussed the presidential debates “On Five on 2” on WDTN on Sept. 16. Watch the interview.

New app helps Wright State students stay on track

Wright State testing student success smartphone app

Excerpt Wright State University has launched a smartphone app called Guide, which is designed to help students stay on track and connect to campus resources. WSU is running a pilot project involving about 1,000 new students with a goal of … Continue reading

Wright State professor analyzes the Commander-In-Chief forum

Lee Hannah, assistant political science professor, analyzed the “Commander-in-Chief” presidential forum on WDTN on Sept. 8. Watch the interview.

Wright State Disability Services staff member recognized for excellence in higher education

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Excerpt Katherine L. Myers is recognized by Continental Who’s Who among Pinnacle Professionals in the field of Higher Education. Katherine is the Assistive Technology Specialist for the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University. Located outside of downtown Dayton, … Continue reading

Wright State’s Friendship Food Pantry is an example of “What’s Working”

The Wright State University Friendship Food Pantry provides emergency food and referrals to students in times of need, helping them to stay in school and meet their educational goals. 2 News WDTN explains why the Friendship Food Pantry is an example of … Continue reading

‘Best day of the year’ as Wright State freshmen move in

Excerpt Wright State University welcomed a new class of freshmen to campus Thursday, as students asked the really important questions — where’s the laundry and how do I get cable TV — and parents hoped their students were prepared to … Continue reading

Wright State professor outlines U.S. Senate race expectations

The U.S. Senate race between incumbent Rob Portman and former Gov. Ted Strickland is one of the most closely watched in the country. WYSO’s April Laissle sat down with Lee Hannah, assistant professor of political science at Wright State University, … Continue reading

Cooper Farms gives to Lake Campus

The Cooper Farms Foundation gifted $75,000 for use in the agribusiness program at the Lake Campus. The program combines classroom instruction and real world perspectives from industry professionals to prepare students to excel in technical and business careers in the … Continue reading

Wright State students will attend debate in New York

Fifteen Wright State students selected to sit in the audience of the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. Watch the report from Fox 45 News.