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Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine to hold commencement ceremony on May 27

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The class of 100 medical students will celebrate graduation May 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the Schuster Performing Arts Center in downtown Dayton. Continue reading

Current affair

Wright State neuroscience professors open eyes of high schoolers with electrifying lesson on neural pathways
Current affair

Wright State faculty reach out to the community to promote a new undergraduate neuroscience major. Continue reading

All eyes will be on Wright State for September 26 presidential debate

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Wright State University President David R. Hopkins and Chief of Police David Finnie talk to WDTN 2 News about the impact the Sept. 26 presidential debate will have on Wright State and the region. Watch the report.

A coach on and off the field

A coach on and off the field

The Wright State baseball team finished 41-15 overall and in first place in the Horizon League, earning the top seed in the league tournament, which begins May 25 at Nischwitz Stadium. Continue reading

Seminar to address domestic sex trafficking

Seminar to address domestic sex trafficking

“Protecting Our Community: Understanding Domestic Sex Trafficking” will be held June 14 the Madison Lakes Learning and Conference Center in Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State senior overcomes challenges to shine in the field of sports

Wright State student overcomes challenges to shine in the field of sports

Alan Hieber, a senior mass communication major, stays active by competing in races and by covering sports for The Guardian student newspaper. Continue reading

Wright State grad examines grandfather’s WWI service in new book

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Gregory Archer, a 1984 graduate of the School of Professional Psychology, writes nonfiction narrative about his grandfather’s service in World War I. Continue reading

Wright State students create life-changing mobile food market

Wright State students create life-changing mobile food market

Students launch the nonprofit Dayton Mobile Market to provide fresh produce to residents of Dayton food deserts. Continue reading

Wright State students eligible for tickets to presidential debate

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Excerpt Wright State University students hoping to score a ticket or be a volunteer at the first 2016 presidential debate can sign up now to be a part of the big event, which will be held at the university’s Nutter … Continue reading

Pedal power

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Dozens of Wright State students, faculty and staff took part in a bike to campus breakfast on May 18. Continue reading