Alumni

Old man on campus

Wright State grad Barry Brownstein chronicles return to college and rock-my-world career change
Barry Brownstein

Wright State grad Barry Brownstein chronicles his decision to return to college and change careers at age 58 in new book. Continue reading

Painting the town

Wright State grad Megan Smallwood creates street mural for Dayton neighborhood
Megan Smallwood with the mural

Wright State fine arts graduate Megan Smallwood spent nearly a year working with volunteers to paint a large colorful mural in an east Dayton neighborhood. Continue reading

Wright State grad Nicole Riegel among 2014’s New Faces of Independent Film

Nicole Riegel

Movie screenwriter and Wright State graduate Nicole Riegel has been named by Filmmaker magazine as among 2014’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film.” Continue reading

Wright State grad wins two Daytime Emmys for art direction and design

Martin D. Fahrer

Martin Fahrer ’89 received his fifth and sixth Daytime Emmys in Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design at 41st annual awards ceremony. Continue reading

Wright State grad’s documentary series screening at Air Force museum

The Restorers crew

Series of television documentaries on restoring vintage aircraft, created by motion pictures graduate Adam White, now showing at Air Force museum’s IMAX theater. Continue reading

Wright State’s Jared Shank receives state award for support of transfer students

Jared Shank

Wright State staff member Jared Shank honored by state organization for his work with transfer students. Continue reading

Speedy recovery

Wright State grad Benjamin Ausdenmoore helps disabled Indy driver get back on the racetrack
Wright State graduate Benjamin-Ausdenmoore

Wright State graduate Benjamin Ausdenmoore played a key role in outfitting a racing simulator that allows a disabled person to drive. Continue reading

Nine Wright State graduates among 2014 class of Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows

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Nine Wright State graduates named Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows and will teach math and science in high-need Ohio schools. Continue reading

Trafficking trek: Ian Kallay bicycling cross country to bring attention to sex trafficking

Ian Kallay with his bicyle

Wright State student Ian Kallay will spend part of his summer cycling from the Dayton Campus to San Francisco to raise public awareness about sex trafficking. Continue reading