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Top Newsroom stories of 2018

From a new provost to NCAA tournament appearances by the men’s basketball and baseball teams to funding to expand undergrad research, 2018 was an eventful year at Wright State. Continue reading

Virtual and augmented reality immersion program seeks to help health care providers better understand patients

The team will develop a virtual and augmented reality immersion program to help health professionals better understand the social determinants of health, the economic and social conditions that affect an individual’s health. Continue reading

Fall 2018 commencement ceremony in photos

Wright State University honored nearly 1,700 graduating students at its fall commencement ceremony Dec. 15 in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

President Schrader tells graduating students that touching lives will be their legacy

Wright State University President Cheryl B. Schrader told graduating students at fall commencement that acts of kindness can be a powerful world-changing force. Continue reading

Health commissioner, Master of Public Health student leads effort to improve public transportation

Wright State Master of Public Health Program helped connect Health Commissioner Matt Clayton with collaborators who are aiding his efforts to improve public transportation in Springdale. Continue reading

Raj Soin College of Business named a ‘Best Business School’ by The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review recommends the Wright State Raj Soin College of Business as one of the best to earn an on-campus MBA. Continue reading

Literary lioness

Wright State’s Damaris Serrano again wins highest literary honor awarded by her native Panama

Damaris Serrano, associate professor of Spanish at Wright State, received Panama’s Ricardo Miró National Award for her essay on the evolution of Panamanian poetry and literature. Continue reading

Taking the lead

Wright State’s Considine Scholars Program fostering leadership skills among women in STEM

The Considine Scholars Program funds undergraduate STEM research positions in campus laboratories. Continue reading

Saving our history

Linda Black-Kurek ’78 fulfills her passion for the Dayton community and her alma mater by supporting the new Wright State University Archives Center

The exhibit gallery in the future Archives Center will be named the Linda Black-Kurek Family Foundation Exhibit Gallery where rotating exhibitions will showcase the depth of the collections. Continue reading

Rianna Lloyd named director of the Power of Nursing at Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness

The Power of Nursing is a 15-hour elective course that utilizes discovery model guidelines for nursing students and graduate nurses. Continue reading