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Health commissioner, Master of Public Health student leads effort to improve public transportation

Wright State Master of Public Health Program helped connect Health Commissioner Matt Clayton with collaborators who are aiding his efforts to improve public transportation in Springdale. Continue reading

Raj Soin College of Business named a ‘Best Business School’ by The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review recommends the Wright State Raj Soin College of Business as one of the best to earn an on-campus MBA. Continue reading

Happy tails

A dozen furry guests visited Wright State University’s Dunbar Library Dec. 11 for Fuzz Therapy. Continue reading

Literary lioness

Wright State’s Damaris Serrano again wins highest literary honor awarded by her native Panama

Damaris Serrano, associate professor of Spanish at Wright State, received Panama’s Ricardo Miró National Award for her essay on the evolution of Panamanian poetry and literature. Continue reading

Taking the lead

Wright State’s Considine Scholars Program fostering leadership skills among women in STEM

The Considine Scholars Program funds undergraduate STEM research positions in campus laboratories. Continue reading

Saving our history

Linda Black-Kurek ’78 fulfills her passion for the Dayton community and her alma mater by supporting the new Wright State University Archives Center

The exhibit gallery in the future Archives Center will be named the Linda Black-Kurek Family Foundation Exhibit Gallery where rotating exhibitions will showcase the depth of the collections. Continue reading

Rianna Lloyd named director of the Power of Nursing at Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness

The Power of Nursing is a 15-hour elective course that utilizes discovery model guidelines for nursing students and graduate nurses. Continue reading

Grand Challenges

Wright State chosen as university node for prestigious National Academy of Engineering academic program

Wright State will participate in a national program that prepares students to become future leaders capable of addressing the challenges of the 21st century. Continue reading

Muscle mystery

Wright State biologist Andrew Voss lands $454,000 federal research award to investigate Huntington’s disease

The three-year research award is aimed at determining if there is a primary disease of the muscle in Huntington’s disease. Continue reading

3D thinking

Wright State senior Rachel Evans completes manufacturing internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Rachel Evans, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering at Wright State University, researched new manufacturing technologies during a summer internship. Continue reading