Academics

U.S. News ranks Wright State graduate programs among best for 2019

U.S. News & World Report recognized Wright State’s graduate programs in engineering and nursing. Continue reading

Communication in the Peace Corps

Calandria Tate, who graduated from Wright State in December with a degree in communication studies, is volunteering in Senegal as a member of the Peace Corps. Continue reading

Artfully done

Painter and Wright State alum Erika b Hess making name for herself with artist podcasts

2006 Wright State fine arts grad Erika b Hess interviews artists, curators, collectors and gallerists on her popular “I Like Your Work” podcast. Continue reading

Wright State research effort into engineering a better bra expands to include medical element

A research project designed to engineer a better bra to ease discomfort has expanded to include medical students investigating breast disease. Continue reading

Service in El Salvador

For the past six months, Megan McKarns has lived in El Salvador, working with families and performing mission work. Continue reading

Match maker

Wright State motion pictures alum Scott Marshall thrives as live-event producer for World Wrestling Entertainment

2002 Wright State film grad Scott Marshall has produced World Wrestling Entertainment shows around the United States and in Colombia, Panama and the Czech Republic. Continue reading

Medical-Spirituality Conference to explore addiction with experts from Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

The Medical-Spirituality Conference is for practicing physicians, nurses, health care providers and others in the religious community. Continue reading

Wright State’s 7th annual Network for Education Renewal Conference set for March 9

The Learn Local WSUNER Conference for local educators, administrators, organizations and the Wright State community will be held March 9. Continue reading

Tending the Flame workshop addresses resiliency training for physicians, nurses and medical residents

The training workshop, hosted by the Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, takes place April 26–28. Continue reading

Wright State pilgrimage focuses on Children of the Civil Rights Movement

Wright State students will make a pilgrimage March 5-9 to historical sites associated with the civil rights movement, while examining a crucial phase of America’s past. Continue reading