Academics

Stage set for annual ArtsGala at Wright State

ArtsGala, which raises funds for arts scholarships for Wright State students, takes place April 8 in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Trips to Panama, Costa Rica eye-opening for Lake Campus agriculture students, faculty

Wright State students and faculty travel with Ohio farmers to other countries to learn more about agriculture. Continue reading

Latino landmark

Julia Acosta is the new director of Wright State’s Office of Latino Affairs

The Office of Latino Affairs helps all departments in the recruitment and retention of students and helps connect them with faculty and staff. Continue reading

Exhibition combining artwork of high school teachers with that of their students on display at Wright State

Seventeen area schools are represented in the annual High School Teacher/Student Exhibition at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Lifting the burden

Wright State nursing grad helps single mother earn her B.S.N.

Joyce Rutherford-Donner ’82, who knows the struggles of balancing school with the responsibilities of being a single mother, helps current Wright State nursing students who face the same challenges. Continue reading

Workplace violations

Wright State psychology professor Nathan Bowling releases book on workplace aggression

“Research and Theory on Workplace Aggression,” co-edited by Nathan Bowling, examines research on aggression in the workplace. Continue reading

Fashion show

Wright State assistant professor Elizabeth Bourgeois wants to open costuming courses, shop to all students

Located in the Creative Arts Center, the costume shop supports performances produced by Wright State’s Theatre and Dance programs. Continue reading

Tall talent

Wright State senior Tony Carpenetti was drawn to mechanical engineering because it includes the design and manufacturing of machines. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine students learn where they will pursue residency training during nationwide Match Day event

Ninety-nine Wright State medical students learned where they are heading as new doctors to receive advanced clinical training in a residency program. Continue reading

President David R. Hopkins to step down ahead of scheduled retirement to help smooth transition

Under Hopkins’ leadership, Wright State reached record high enrollments and levels of research funding, and won national recognition for service to veterans, students with disabilities and community service. Continue reading