News

Wright State acting grad Matt Neal launches Virtual Theatre

The Virtual Theatre, founded by 2007 graduate Matt Neal, will present “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms” online Aug. 7–16. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine alumna presented with 2020 Family Physician of the Year award

The Family Physician of the Year award is presented annually to a family physician in Ohio who exhibits extraordinary, beyond-the-call-of-duty merit. Continue reading

Virtual Raider Open House

Learn more about Wright State at online event Aug. 7

The live Virtual Raider Open House gives prospective undergraduate students, including transfer students, and their families a glimpse of all that Wright State has to offer. Continue reading

Wright State to host online chats for families about fall semester

Parents and students can learn more about Wright State University’s plans for the fall semester during a series of online chats on Aug. 6, 12 and 18. Continue reading

When in need

Wright State political science student Brianna Maschinot helps the homeless at St. Vincent de Paul

As a student at Wright State, Brianna Maschinot works at St. Vincent de Paul as well as interning with two local governments. Continue reading

Valerie Weber of Drexel University appointed dean of the Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine

Valerie Weber is professor of medicine and the Deborah J. Tuttle, M.D., and John P. Piper, M.D., senior vice dean for educational affairs at Drexel University College of Medicine. Continue reading

COVID-19 Pop Up Testing Site set for Aug. 5 at the Wright State Nutter Center

Greene County will offer free walk-up COVID-19 tests without an appointment or a doctor’s recommendation on Wednesday, Aug. 5. Continue reading

Mini U takes giant steps

The Wright State University Child Development Center on its Dayton Campus, Mini University, reopened its doors June 1. Continue reading

Alumni say liberal arts degrees from Wright State prepared them well for the future

Their liberal arts degrees from Wright State University have helped students better communicate, better problem-solve and prepared them well for the future. Continue reading

Wright State faculty work to strengthen online courses for fall semester

Better online courses and more online offerings will greet Wright State students this fall semester thanks to the faculty’s strong response to training and their creative approaches to remote teaching. Continue reading