Education & Human Services

Remote delivery planned for most summer classes

Nearly all summer semester courses offered by Wright State University will be provided by remote delivery only. Continue reading

Fitness force

Kara Donbrock takes the lead on offering virtual workouts from Campus Recreation

Kara Donbrock and others in Wright State’s Campus Recreation are posting workout videos that students, faculty and staff can do from home during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

Wright State coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE

In an effort to minimize the circumstances whereby individuals can interact and therefore transmit disease, the Dayton Campus and Lake Campus will move to limited on-campus staffing effective Wednesday, March 18. Continue reading

Over the top

Renee Dollenmayer, a rehabilitation services major, is the definition of “involved” at Wright State. Continue reading

A place to call home

April Alford ’15 launches Dayton nonprofit to help people transitioning from homelessness

April Alford founded Welcome Home Dayton, a nonprofit that furnishes and decorates homes for people transitioning from homelessness.
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Third annual Energy Fair draws local students to Wright State

Elementary school students learned about energy conservation and efficiency from high school students well-versed on the topics at the Energy Fair in the Wright State Student Union. Continue reading

Wright State researcher Corey Seemiller releases study on potential voting behavior of Generation Z

“Gen Z Voices on Voting” is the latest study by Corey Seemiller, associate professor of leadership studies in education and organizations at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State’s 8th annual Network for Education Renewal Conference set for March 7

The WSUNER Learn Local Conference for local educators, administrators, organizations and the Wright State community will be held Saturday, March 7. Continue reading

Spanish sparkle

Lake Campus education student Katelyn Umstead sees Spain in her future

After working at an education camp in Spain, Wright State senior Katelyn Umstead hopes to teach in Spain following graduation in May. Continue reading

New health college on the horizon for Wright State University

Wright State will formally announce plans for a new health college at a Kick-Off Celebration Wednesday, Feb. 12, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Student Union Endeavour Room. Continue reading