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

Heavy build

Flurry of construction projects gives Wright State’s campus a new look
Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building exterior

A flurry of construction projects, including the new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building and the Student Success Center, gives Wright State’s Dayton Campus a new look. 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

Anita Aperia will present the Earl H. Morris Endowed Lecture

Anita Aperia headshot

Anita Aperia, professor of pediatrics at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, will give a lecture at Wright State on Oct. 22. Continue reading

Seminar to address domestic sex trafficking

Seminar to address domestic sex trafficking

The Boonshoft School of Medicine and the Ohio Statewide Area Health Education Centers Region IV will hold a seminar, “Protecting Our Community: Understanding Domestic Sex Trafficking,” on Sept. 22. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine Center for Healthy Communities announces 2015 Health Promotion Program Awards


Medical-Legal Partnership for Children and Montgomery County Project DAWN receive 2015 Health Promotion Program Awards. Continue reading

CBRN Defense Certificate Program offers all courses online each semester

chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear symbol

The Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine offers the nation’s only graduate-level certificate program in chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense. Continue reading

Search party

Wright State’s Weiwen Long and his research team are on the hunt for mysteries of gene that affects cancer
Weiwen Long in his lab

Wright State researcher Weiwen Long received a $1.7 million, five-year grant from the National Cancer Institute to research a gene that plays an important role in the formation and spread of lung cancer and other cancers. Continue reading

Wright State basic and applied research operations, leadership consolidated


Research capabilities and leadership at Wright State will be further strengthened as a result of developments announced recently by Vice President for Research Robert Fyffe. Continue reading

In memoriam: Heather Hostetler

In memoriam: Heather Hostetler

Heather Hostetler had served as associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Wright State University since 2009. Continue reading