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Watch: Spooky fun for everyone

Video: Hundreds of Wright State students took part in a unique celebration. Continue reading

TEDxDayton features Wright State faculty and alumni

Wright State faculty and alumni shared their expertise on a variety of topics such as experience as an Iraqi refugee, embracing life after menopause and Generation Z at TEDxDayton. Continue reading

Watch: Opioid battle

Video: Hundreds of Wright State students, area high school students and community members took part in an effort to spotlight on the dangers of opioid abuse. Continue reading

Wright State researchers are attacking breast cancer

Julian Gomez-Cambronero works with members of his laboratory to find the molecular mechanisms that lead to breast cancer cell growth and invasiveness. Continue reading

Wright State to host Irish novelist Colm Tóibín, winner of Dayton Literary Peace Prize achievement award

“Classical Tragedy and the Modern Imagination: A Conversation with Colm Tóibín” will be held Nov. 6 at 2 3 p.m. in the Stein Galleries. Continue reading

Light might

Wright State alum Chris LeVeck '05 heads one of nation’s fastest-growing lighting and signage companies

2005 Wright State grad Chris LeVeck grew up helping with the family lighting business, then set off to found a success company of his own. Continue reading

Wright State research in Sierra Leone focused on translation, stressors

John Conteh, assistant professor in the Department of Human Services, conducted research how to translate a World Health Organization questionnaire into Krio. Continue reading

Watch: Career hunting

Video: The Career Center at Wright State hosted the Career Fair Fall 2017 on Oct. 17 in the Student Union. Continue reading

Tech terrific

Wright State grad students helped shape strategy for state educational technology agencies

Wright State Master of Public Administration students provide strategic advice to educational technology agencies and public television stations. Continue reading

Watch: Ready to help

Video: Volunteer high school students scream for help after a simulated tornado training program at the National Disaster Health Consortium. Continue reading