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Exposing biotechnology

Wright State partnerships help local high school students learn about biomanufacturing

Local high school students learned about biotechnology research and careers at the Dayton bioManufacturing Awareness and Discovery Experience (DaytonMADE) camp at Wright State this summer. Continue reading

Wright State faculty member Dan Noel uses unique background to inspire new leaders

Dan Noel, program director of organizational leadership at Wright State, helps students learn how to be effective, productive, caring leaders in their organizations. Continue reading

Joylynn Brown appointed director of athletics at Wright State

Joylynn Brown, a longtime leader of Wright State athletics and a former coach and student-athlete, is the first woman to serve as director of athletics at the university. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre productions saluted by Dayton Daily News as among region’s best in 2023–24

The Dayton Daily News named Wright State Theatre’s productions of “A Doll’s House,” “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” and “Cabaret” as the best area university productions in the 2023–24 season. Continue reading

Ready to soar

Wright State’s new aviation program will take flight this fall

Students can now prepare for careers as flight instructors or airline pilots through a new aviation degree at Wright State University. Continue reading

College-bound

Incoming first-year students take advantage of Wright State’s new student orientation sessions

Orientation is designed to connect first-year and transfer students with resources and tools to be successful and help them feel at home at Wright State. Continue reading

Pittsburgh Pirates select Wright State’s Andrew Patrick and Jake Shirk in 2024 MLB Draft

Junior outfielder Andrew Patrick and senior right-handed pitcher Jake Shirk were the latest Wright State baseball players selected in the Major League Baseball Draft. Continue reading

New book by Wright State political scientist Lee Hannah examines rise of medical marijuana in U.S.

Lee Hannah, professor of political science at Wright State, explores the spread of medical marijuana in his new book, “Green Rush: The Rise of Medical Marijuana in the United States.” Continue reading

Lake Campus student and paramedic publishes paper describing efforts to save patient’s life

Cory Agler, a Lake Campus student who works as a firefighter and paramedic at the Celina Fire Department, co-authored a case review in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services after helping to save a patient’s life. Continue reading

Wright State staff member Nick Christian receives first Distinguished Dissertation Award

Nick Christian, director of assessment and accreditation at Wright State, received the Distinguished Dissertation Award after graduating with his Ed.D. in the spring. Continue reading