News

Wright State student creates nationally recognized documentary on obesity

The Department of Communication will screen “The Student Body,” a documentary film on school “fat letters” by Wright State student Bailey Webber, on March 7. Continue reading

NBC News recognizes Boonshoft School of Medicine student during Black History Month

Christen Johnson, president of the Student National Medical Association, will graduate in May 2017 with a dual M.D./M.P.H. degree. Continue reading

Good Samaritans

Wright State men’s basketball coach Scott Nagy coaches game barefoot. Continue reading

Wright State professor talks about increase in female inmates

Karen Lahm, director of crime and justice studies at Wright State University, discussed the increase of female inmates in the Greene County jail with WHIO News Center 7. Watch Lahm’s interview. Read the report from WHIO.

Investing for Millennials, digital financial advice among topics at Wright State’s third annual LIFT2 Symposium

LIFT2 (Leading Innovation in Finance Today and Tomorrow) will be held March 24 in the Student Union. Continue reading

First string

Wright State guitar instructor and graduate Jim McCutcheon wins Governor’s Award for arts education

Jim McCutcheon teaches classical guitar at Wright State, where he earned degrees in guitar performance and music education. Continue reading

Matthew Boaz named chief diversity officer at Wright State

Matthew Boaz joined Wright State University as the director of equity and inclusion in 2013. Continue reading

Broadway stars Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley to give workshop at Wright State

Wright State’s Musical Theatre Initiative and Human Race Theatre will sponsor the master class on Feb. 24. Continue reading

Seminar to focus on community needs for seniors

The “Elder Care: Addressing the Community Needs for our Seniors” seminar will be held March 28. Continue reading

An artistic reality

Senior art major Bethany Faile uses photography and painting to interpret the world around her. Continue reading