Wright State in the News

‘9 to 5’: Divine vengeance of the corporate sisterhood

Excerpt Broadway is abuzz about a certain matchmaker’s overdue return, but the Dolly I’d like to bring to your attention can be found atop center stage at Wright State University’s first-rate production of the 2009 Tony Award-nominated musical comedy “9 … Continue reading

Wright State guitar instructor is ‘Someone You Should Know’

Wright State guitar instructor and graduate Jim McCutcheon was featured as “Someone You Should Know” Fox 45. McCutcheon will receive the 2017 Governor’s Award for the Arts in Arts Education on May 17. Watch the report.

Wright State nursing program ranked by U.S. News

Excerpt Wright State University’s master of nursing program has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report. The university’s program was ranked 115 out of 142 programs that were ranked. There are 532 accredited nursing schools with master’s or doctoral … Continue reading

Farmers’ impact reaches far beyond Buckeye state

Excerpt Looking out at the Panama Canal, Tiffany Ricketts was in awe of the sight before her. Mega-sized cargo ships carrying thousands of shipping containers were passing through the canal at the rate of about 40 per day. Equally mesmerizing … Continue reading

Wright State presents comical ‘9 to 5’

Excerpt Revenge and solidarity are on the menu as Wright State University presents Dolly Parton and Patricia Resnick’s 2009 Tony Award-nominated musical comedy “9 to 5” beginning Thursday, March 16, in the Festival Playhouse of the Creative Arts Center. Based … Continue reading

Coverage of Cheryl B. Schrader’s presidential appointment

A roundup of coverage of the appointment of Cheryl B. Schrader as Wright State’s next president on March 6.
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Wright State hosts cyber warfare conference

Excerpt An international cyber warfare and security conference brought the leader of the Indiana National Guard and 130 cyber experts and students from as far as South Africa to Wright State University on Thursday. The 12th International Conference on Cyber … Continue reading

When ‘just say no’ is not enough: How schools can teach kids about opioids

Kevin Lorson, professor and director of the Physical Education Licensure Program in Wright State’s College of Education and Human Services, discussed how how schools can teach students about opioid abuse for a series by WKSU Public Radio. Listen to the report from … Continue reading

Did you know? Wright State started as branch campus of Miami, Ohio State

Excerpt Wright State University started off as a small branch of two other Ohio universities. In 1964, Allyn Hall opened and welcomed 3,203 students to the Dayton campus of Miami University and Ohio State University. Read the article from the … Continue reading

Who will listen to a billionaire’s troubles?

Brad Klontz, a 1999 graduate of the Wright State School of Professional Psychology, was featured in a New York Times article on working in the field of financial therapy and counseling the ultrarich. Read the article “Who Will Listen to … Continue reading