Social & Applied Economics

Thomas Traynor named dean of Raj Soin College of Business

Thomas Traynor had served as interim dean of the College of Business since 2017 after serving as associate dean for graduate studies and executive education. Continue reading

Economics alumni CareSource managers to give a career talk Nov. 7

Three Wright State economics alumni who work as managers at CareSource will discuss their careers and job roles with students and others at a campus forum. Continue reading

Economics alums share insights from careers with City of Hamilton

Raj Soin College of Business graduates shares their knowledge and experience with Wright State students as part of a series of seminars on local and global economies. 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

Watch: Doing Business Wright

Video: The Raj Soin College of Business hosted the Doing Business Wright Professional Development Day on Nov. 6 in the Rike Hall lobby. Continue reading

Thomas Traynor named interim dean of Raj Soin College of Business

Thomas Traynor has served as associate dean for graduate studies and executive education in the Raj Soin College of Business, professor of economics and chair of the Department of Economics. Continue reading

Princeton Review says Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business among the nation’s best

The Princeton Review cited the Raj Soin College of Business’ strong academics and ability to meet the needs of working students. Continue reading

Wright State students create life-changing mobile food market

Students launch the nonprofit Dayton Mobile Market to provide fresh produce to residents of Dayton food deserts. Continue reading

Raj Soin College of Business maintains prestigious AACSB Business and Accounting Accreditation

AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5 percent of the world’s business programs. Continue reading

Civic Duty

Wright State graduates leading the way as mayors in the Dayton region

There’s one in Dayton and Beavercreek. Riverside and Vandalia have them too. In fact Enon, Oakwood, Brookville, and Bellbrook also make the list of cities and villages that have Wright State University graduates currently serving as mayor. “I’m so glad you … Continue reading