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Wright State grad students help create commercialization success story

Together, Jeremy Brunn and Alan Smith became two important members of the Kno.e.sis team that transformed Twitris into a Dayton-based startup company. Continue reading

Wright State course gives students from Switzerland up-close look at U.S. social work system

A comparative exchange course involves Swiss students coming to Wright State one year and Wright State students traveling to Switzerland the next. Continue reading

Wright State students to hold living history encampment during World War I commemoration

Graduate students in the War and Society program and their professor will participate in a ceremony marking the gathering of 200 Dayton men at Camp Triangle. Continue reading

Sea change

Wright State student Saundra-Anne Morrell brings 23-year Navy career to pursuit of doctorate at School of Professional Psychology

Saundra-Anne Morrell is pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology at Wright State to prepare for a career counseling children and their parents. Continue reading

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

Getting with the program

College of Education and Human Services launches Program Evaluation certification program

The College of Education and Human Services offers a graduate-level program to train students as certified program evaluators who can work in education, government, business and for nonprofits. Continue reading

Geologist gem

Rita Ghose, who graduated with a master’s in earth and environmental sciences, studies geology to help boost the economy of Bangladesh. Continue reading