Academics

Panel presentation on impeachment process draws 150

The Wright State School of Public and International Affairs organized a panel discussion of faculty experts to help the public better understand the impeachment process. Continue reading

Substance of concern

Wright State researcher Raminta Daniulaityte leads research effort on methamphetamine use

Researchers in the Department of Population and Public Health Science are studying methamphetamine use of people who have opiate-use disorders. Continue reading

Chemical reaction

Introductory chemistry labs gleam after modernizing makeover

Renovated chemistry labs in Fawcett Hall feature more open space, a multimedia system, larger fume hoods and greater accessibility for students with disabilities. Continue reading

Training day

Wright State nursing students participated in the hands-on training along with nursing students from Indiana University and social work students from Miami University. Continue reading

Cheryl B. Schrader to retire as president of Wright State University

President Schrader will begin preparing for a return to teaching and research and plans to spend more quality time with her family. Continue reading

Wright State to host discussion on the impeachment process

Wright State faculty experts will discuss the facts, misconceptions and implications of a presidential impeachment on Oct. 17. Continue reading

‘(H)OURS’ to be performed by Wright State theatre studies students

Wright State theatre studies students will perform “(H)OURS,” a mix of music, poetry and the spoken work, Oct. 18–20 in the Herbst Theatre. Continue reading

Work product

Economics major Riley Williams spreading his wings at Wright State

Riley Williams transferred to Wright State as a freshman and immediately felt like he had a place in the university community. Continue reading

Grand opening of extension to Andrews Hall at Lake Campus draws state government leaders

The 7,000-square-foot extension includes a new Library and Technology Center, the Nursing Simulation Learning Resource Center, a science education classroom and a science research lab. Continue reading

Donation of $124,000 in software to help train human resource management undergraduates at Raj Soin College of Business

Having access to the human resource software will give Raj Soin College of Business students an advantage in the job market. Continue reading