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Vanishing act

Wright State student Connor Keiser works to preserve historic black settlement of Longtown
Vanishing act

Connor Keiser, an international studies major at Wright State, is working to preserve the historic black settlement of Longtown in western Ohio. Continue reading

Agriculture center coming to Wright State Lake Campus


Wright State University’s Lake Campus is growing and expanding.  New programs including nursing and food sciences are being offered. Now, the university is planning for a major upgrade to the agriculture program. Watch the report from Your News Now.  

Wright State Lake, Dayton Campus student trying to save historic Darke Co. town

Connor Kaiser, at left, is a junior at Wright State University majoring in International Studies.

A junior majoring in international studies at nearby Wright State University, Keiser seems an unlikely savior for this blink of a town. Continue reading

Staff honored for providing excellent service to Wright State


The President’s Awards for Excellence recognizes the vital role that classified and unclassified staff play in promoting and maintaining excellence at Wright State. Continue reading

11 faculty members honored for excellence in classroom, service


Wright State recognizes select faculty members for excellent work in the classroom, research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement. Continue reading

Wright State University welcomes over 5,000 new students to fall semester


Wright State welcomes 5,066 new students on the first day of fall semester, swelling total enrollment to 17,842, the fourth highest total in school history. Continue reading

New dean for Wright State Lake Campus

Jay Albayyari headshot

There’s a new dean on the job at Wright State’s Lake Campus. Jay Albayyari took over for Bonnie Mathies who retired recently. Albayyari had been acting dean since April 1 and was able to work alongside Mathies who helped him transition … Continue reading

Mathies leaves legacy at campus

Dean Bonnie Mathies

Excerpt Bonnie Mathies leaves behind a strong legacy after retiring June 30 after five years as dean at Wright State University-Lake Campus. During her tenure, campus enrollment grew from 845 to 1,147. The number of bachelor’s degrees offered rose from … Continue reading