Business

President Schrader: Wright State’s excellence to be a key focus

During her first year at Wright State, President Cheryl B. Schrader said, she will work to achieve financial stability, administrative transparency and campus conversation. Continue reading

‘Veterans Voices’ story featuring Wright State students wins national public radio award

The story by Cody Stevens, Cole Hamilton and Will Davis aired on WYSO Public Radio. Continue reading

Wright State President Cheryl B. Schrader to facilitate campus conversations in first week

As Wright State reaches the half-century mark, incoming President Cheryl B. Schrader is at the controls, pledging to help take the university to the next level. Continue reading

#SMDay: Spot on social

About 250 university professionals and students use Wright State’s social media channels to support recruitment, retention, alumni engagement, donor support and reputation management. Continue reading

All business

Wright State business camp educates high school students for fifth consecutive year

Wright State business camp educates high school students for fifth consecutive year. Continue reading

Wright State business researchers contribute to study featured in Forbes

Excerpt A corporate board packed with independent directors has ethical appeal, and has become a common sight at big companies. But new research indicates that boards with only one insider (the CEO) are worse off. “Lone-insider boards go a step … Continue reading

Accounting principles

Maggie Houston caps teaching career with scholarship designed to help nontraditional female accounting students at Wright State

Even in retirement, long-time accountancy instructor Maggie Houston continues to place the welfare of her students above all else. Continue reading

Medical student to receive Excellence in Public Health Award

The U.S. Public Health Service will recognize Nicholaus J. Christian for his involvement in public health issues in his community. Continue reading

Wright State management expert contributes to Wall Street Journal article about corporate boards

Excerpt The conventional wisdom couldn’t be clearer: The more independent a company’s board is, the better. The presence of any company employees, other than perhaps the company’s CEO, can only bring trouble. The conventional wisdom couldn’t be more wrong: Boards … Continue reading

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Wright State alum Tyler Chilton living a dream teaching English in Japan

After earning a Teaching English as a Foreign Language certificate, Tyler Chilton now teaches English to schoolchildren in Japan. Continue reading