Magazine

Ahead of her time

Zoe Dell Lantis Nutter has been a trailblazer for more than a century

The Zoe Dell Lantis Nutter Dance Scholarship benefits students studying dance at Wright State. Continue reading

Deere to her heart

Wright State alumna Elizabeth Conzo-Kershner ’00 flourishes as a leader in precision agriculture at John Deere

Elizabeth Conzo-Kershner helped establish a Student Government scholarship when she was a student and to get it endowed in 2018. Continue reading

A vision of love and community

In the 13-year history of the African American Alumni Society’s scholarship program, countless black students’ lives have been enriched through education and community

Wright State alumni collaborated with the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center to establish the African American Alumni Society scholarship. Continue reading

A voice for the people

Joyce Beatty ’75 uses counseling skills she learned at Wright State as a leader in Congress

The education Joyce Beatty received as a grad student at Wright State helped her to make a difference throughout her distinguished career. Continue reading

Balancing act

Stevie Lamblin ’16 combines professional dance with the study of psychology

Stevie Lamblin performs with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company while pursuing master’s degree in clinical mental health at Wright State. Continue reading

Fantastic voyage

Caroline Cao reaches stratosphere in higher education as an engineer and medical pioneer

Wright State professor Caroline Cao is an expert in the design and evaluation of enabling technology, such as haptics, navigational aids, and surgical simulation, for minimally invasive surgery. Continue reading

Dynamic Duo

Wright State University’s first female president and provost share their thoughts on being women leaders in higher education and their hopes for Wright State’s future

President Cheryl B. Schrader and Provost Susan Edwards are blazing trails at Wright State. Continue reading

ArtsGala at 20

Wright State’s premier arts event and fundraiser celebrates 20th year in April

Since 2000, ArtsGala has raised more than $2.7 million in arts scholarships, equaling 765 individual scholarships provided for students Continue reading

Serving up accessibility

New technology promises a better dining experience for students with disabilities

A grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation could revolutionize how Wright State University students with disabilities eat their meals. Continue reading

The Birth of Wright State

Snippets from the early years

Ohio Gov. James Rhodes’s efforts in the early 1960s to place public higher education facilities within 30 miles of every Ohioan led to the birth of Wright State University. At the time, Dayton was a high-technology center with a special … Continue reading