Around Campus

Wright State to host Camp A Cappella summer program

Brody McDonald with campers

Contemporary a cappella singing camp for collegiate and high school students, adults and professionals, will return to Wright State June 23–28. Continue reading

Orthopaedic symposium at Wright State Physicians will focus on common foot and ankle issues on March 20

Foot X-ray

The symposium will enable participants to identify common foot and ankle issues and discuss factors affecting diagnosis, prevention and treatment. Continue reading

Wright State plays key role in 2015 Drug Abuse Prevention Poster Contest

April King poster

A scholarship to Wright State is an option for the winner of a poster contest sponsored by the Montgomery County Drug-Free Coalition. Continue reading

Peace officer

Wright State philosophy student John Klugh promotes non-violence, help for the homeless
John Klugh in Dunbar Library

Wright State philosophy/religion major John Klugh is a soldier in Ahimsa’s Army, the university’s peace and nonviolence club, which he helped found two years ago. Continue reading

CSIC to Rise. Shine. with kickoff celebration Feb. 26

CSIC logo

Faculty, staff and retirees can donate to 1,600 scholarships and programs during the annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign “RISE. You Make Us SHINE.” Continue reading

About conductor Keith Lockhart, Distinguished Visiting Artist

Keith Lockhart (Photo by Michael Lutch)

Distinguished Visiting Artist Keith Lockhart has served as conductor of the Boston Pops since 1995 and principal conductor of the BBC Concert Orchestra since 2010. Continue reading

Acclaimed conductor Keith Lockhart to teach at Wright State, lead ‘War Requiem’ performances

Keith Lockhart conducting

Conductor Keith Lockhart will teach master classes with School of Music students and conduct the “War Requiem” with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus and Wright State Choirs. Continue reading

5K walk through Wright State’s tunnels to raise money for the university

Students walking in tunnels

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to walk Wright State’s tunnels Feb. 26 to raise money for Wright State University Foundation funds. Continue reading

Wright State grad Alexis Gomez advances to top 24 on ‘American Idol’

Alexis Gomez at American Idol audition

After performing in Hollywood, Alexis Gomez, a 2014 Wright State graduate, advanced on “American Idol.” Continue reading

Wright State offering new studio arts minor

Student painting self-portrait

Department of Art and Art History designs new studio arts minor to help students develop artistic skills and expand understanding of visual literacy. Continue reading