Campus Growth

Rise. Shine. campaign launches at Lake Campus

Crowd in Lake Campus Dicke Hall

Faculty, staff and guests celebrate future initiatives at the Lake Campus during a regional launch of Rise. Shine. The Campaign for Wright State University. Continue reading

Collaboration in new NEC Building starts with star student researchers

Adam Deardorff in imaging lab

Scheduled to open next month, the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building will help Wright State’s brightest student researchers work together to create innovations that improve people’s lives. Continue reading

Grand scan

Wright State’s PET/CT scanner puts university at forefront of medical-diagnostic research
Nasser Kashou at computer

PET/CT scanner, which will be housed in the new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, puts Wright State at forefront of medical-diagnostic research. Continue reading

Bronze beauties

Artist Virginia Hess creating medallions for Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center
Virginia Hess with medallion

Dayton artist Virginia Hess is creating five large bronze medallions to adorn the stone façade of the renovated Veteran and Military Center in Allyn Hall. Continue reading

Defining military friendly: Wright State opens new Veteran and Military Center

The rock facade of the Veteran and Military Center will feature five bronze medallions — one for each of the five branches of the U.S. armed services.

Designed to be service friendly and support driven, but provide space that’s hands-off and separate from the general population and VMC administration, the new center has a wow factor that’s off the charts. Continue reading

Wright State in $84 million growth mode

Neuroscience Engineering Collaborative Building at sunset

Excerpt Wright State University is investing about $84 million in new buildings in the next two years, raising facilities that university leaders say will strengthen the university and change the way students learn. Nearly anywhere one goes on campus, the … Continue reading

President Hopkins describes efforts to create higher education model for 21st century

President David R. Hopkins speaking

Wright State President David R. Hopkins addresses the university’s efforts to create a new model of higher education for the 21st century. Continue reading

Electrical performance: Wright State installing four vehicle-charging stations

Jim Halderman, left, and Scott Moniaci, associate director of engineering and construction, stand next to the charging-station site outside Allyn Hall.

Wright State University is installing four vehicle-charging stations in prime parking locations for drivers of electric cars and plug-in hybrids. Continue reading

Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building ushers in new art at Wright State

Dial artist rendering

Bowling Green artist designs new installation to inspire those working in newest building on Wright State’s campus when it opens in 2015. Continue reading

Wright State to mark construction milestone of multiuse classroom building

Wright State to mark construction milestone of multiuse classroom building

Expected to open next summer, the Student Success Center and Classroom Building will include active learning classrooms, an auditorium and academic support services. Continue reading