Wright State in the News

Wright State launches cyberbullying research

Wright State University researchers are developing new software to analyze social media posts in an effort to identify and reduce cyberbullying. Researchers are working with Beavercreek High School on the project. Watch the report from WHIO News Center 7.  

Wright State researchers develop software to detect cyberbullying


Wright State University researchers are developing new software that can detect cyberbullying. The new software can search social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, and detect messages that may be offensive or hurtful — and then alert the person who’s being targeted. … Continue reading

Upgrades to Wright State’s Creative Art Center will impact the region


Kristin Sobolik, dean of Wright State’s College of Liberal Arts, talks about the modernization and expansion of the Creative Arts Center, home of the university’s performing and fine arts programs. The CAC project includes renovating existing classrooms, studio spaces, labs … Continue reading

Wright State athletes make top 10 for community service

Excerpt University athletic teams across the nation strive to be ranked for their accomplishments on the field. Wright State University teams are no different, but this year they are being recognized for special accomplishments off the field. As of mid­-October, … Continue reading

Wright State, Clark State form joint office

Excerpt Wright State University and Clark State Community College are creating a joint office to combine their services around workforce development. The schools will open a shared office at the Wright State Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) at 2685 Hibiscus … Continue reading

$878K grant allows Wright State researchers to study military marriages

Marriage medicine

Excerpt Military marriages are known for long periods of separation and high stress — situations that can cause those on active duty to become distracted at a time when they need to be keen. Wright State University psychology researchers are … Continue reading

Wright State’s partnership is honored with the national Richard W. Clark award

Students working at computer

The National Network for Educational Renewal has selected Wright State University’s College of Education and Human Services and the Dayton Boys Preparatory Academy partnership as its 2015 Richard W. Clark Partner School Award winner. The academy is one of five … Continue reading

Raj Soin College of Business financial services expert discusses your college savings plan


Bill Wood, senior lecturer at Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business and coordinator of the Financial Services Degree Program, discussed college savings plan on WDTN’s “Living Dayton.” Watch the interview.

Wright State students, staff get creative to cheer child patients

Wright State University is working to brighten the day for children in the hospital. About 50 students and staff took part in a We Serve U function Wednesday afternoon where they made get-well cards for sick kids at Dayton Children’s … Continue reading

Wright State freshman on Olympic path


Excerpt If you saw her walking around the Wright State University campus, you’d think she was a typical college student. A 19-year-old freshman out of Beavercreek High School, Nicole Fisher is a liberal arts major who is taking a psychology … Continue reading