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Remote control

Wright State faculty, staff and students embrace remote delivery of classes

Wright State faculty, staff and students have come together to ensure lessons can be delivered remotely for the remainder of the spring semester. Continue reading

Harrowing history

Stevie Kremer ’72 helps reveal survivor’s account of the Holocaust

A Dayton-area Holocaust survivor finally gets the chance to tell his story on paper, thanks to Stevie Kremer ’72. Continue reading

Black History Month at Wright State

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will host a series of lectures to celebrate Black History Month. Continue reading

Liberal locomotion

Skills that come with liberal arts degrees resonate with many employers

Liberal arts students at Wright State learn skills such communication, critical thinking, teamwork, ethical judgment and real world application of knowledge. Continue reading

Matter of course

Wright State recognized by national education organization for remediation model

Wright State’s remediation model helps students succeed in college-level math and English courses. Continue reading

Harrowing history

Wright State alumna Stevie Kremer helps reveal survivor’s account of the Holocaust

Stevie Kremer helped Samuel Heider write “Miracle of Miracles,” documenting his Holocaust survival story. Continue reading

Veterans Voices project expands with new documentary film

“Veterans Voices: Lives and Stories” will premiere on Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Neon in downtown Dayton. Continue reading

TEDxDayton 2019 has strong Wright State flavor

At least seven people with connections to Wright State University will be among the 17 speakers at TEDxDayton on Oct. 11. Continue reading

2012 grad returns to Wright State to give English workshop

Ashley Velazquez, an assistant professor at the University of Washington-Bothell, gave a workshop on the Corpus and Repository of Writing (Crow) interface. Continue reading

Special agents

Wright State’s new Agents of Change community-engagement course makes a splash with Dayton City Commission

The Agents of Change course is part of an initiative designed to empower students to become more active citizens, create partnerships with community groups and promote positive change. Continue reading