MBA

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

Studying business in Mexico

Raj Soin College of Business students learned about the Mexican economy and culture during a study abroad trip. Continue reading

Picture this

Wright State MBA student Jaymee Prichard enjoying success with photo booth company

Photo booth business operated by Wright State MBA student Jaymee Prichard and her husband, Jake, has experienced rapid growth. Continue reading

14 Wright State alumni named to Dayton Business Journal’s ‘Forty Under 40’ list

Wright State University made a big splash in the Dayton Business Journal’s 2018 “Forty Under 40” awards. Continue reading

Wright State represented at high-profile economic development conference in Paris

Riad Ajami, professor of management and international business, was invited to participate in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development conference. Continue reading

App-ortunity knocks

Student-developed mobile app driving student engagement at Raj Soin College of Business

Student-developed mobile phone app helping business students stay involved on campus. Continue reading

U.S. News ranks Wright State online programs among best for 2018

Wright State’s online bachelor’s degree programs as well as its online graduate programs in business, education, engineering and nursing named among the best in the nation for 2018. Continue reading

Wright State student attends Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Convention

Wright State MBA student Allison Ingle pitched her baking business, Confection, in front of a panel of judges. 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

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