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DDN story: More than 500 at Wright State to celebrate Thanksgiving away from home

Excerpt As most college students head home this week for Thanksgiving, some in the Dayton area will stay put and celebrate together. Students and community members at Wright State University will gather Thursday for a meal that has grown from … Continue reading

DDN story: Wright State could narrowly avoid fiscal watch if $6M surplus is realized

Excerpt Wright State University has been edging toward state fiscal watch the last few years but may be able to narrowly avoid it if a budget plan in place continues as expected. The university’s budget calls for around a $6 … Continue reading

From Living Dayton: students preview dance marathon fundraiser for Dayton Children’s Hospital

Wright State students Heath Marker and Bridget Fricke appeared on “Living Dayton” on WDTN to promote Raiderthon, the university’s 15-hour dance marathon fundraiser for Dayton Children’s Hospital on Nov 18–19 in the Student Union Apollo Room. Watch the interview.

Xenia Daily Gazette: Economist to make 2 presentations at WSU

Excerpt Economist Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, a professor of women’s and gender studies at Rutgers University, will speak at Wright State University in two separate appearances sponsored by the Department of Economics in the Raj Soin College of Business. … Continue reading

My Point of View: Dan Krane

Dan Krane shares his thoughts on reducing the costs of learning materials, supporting faculty teaching and improving student outcomes in higher education. Continue reading

Raytheon: The Veterans’ Voices mentoring project heals through shared experiences

The video camera between them yielded the only clue: This was an interview – not for a job, but for something even more important. Continue reading

DDN story: After the military: Finding a job, place in society not easy for vets

David Morse, an Air Force veteran, is enrolled in the social work program at Wright State University where after graduation he plans to find a job helping veterans. Continue reading

Journal-News story: Wright State grad plays pivotal role in much-anticipated Marvel movie

A Wright State University grad’s work plays a critical role in one of the most-anticipated films from the Marvel Comics Universe. Continue reading

From 2 News: Wright State workshop teaches educators about drug prevention

A program hosted by Wright State Wednesday aims to bring drug abuse prevention into classrooms. Teachers, counselors and school administrators from around the Miami Valley attended a workshop to learn about the HOPE Curriculum. HOPE, which stands for Health and … Continue reading

Houston Chronicle story: Ohio college offers drug prevention education workshop

Excerpt Wright State University in southwest Ohio is offering a workshop on drug prevention education for teachers and school administrators. The Wednesday morning program covers tools for opioid and drug prevention in schools, and learning more about what’s called the … Continue reading