Community Service

Student-athletes hosts Olympians

Two dozen athletes from Special Olympics of Greater Dayton took part in an indoor field day to help celebrate National Student Athlete Day on April 14. Continue reading

Student leaders recognized at Wright State award reception

Whether it’s by collecting scientific data, learning another language or contributing to the community, students impact the university and the community through their dedication to succeed. Continue reading

Summer trip to Jamaica will provide health care to poor

Many medical students on the trip are involved with the Global Health Initiative at the Boonshoft School of Medicine. Continue reading

Wright State’s Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity honored by Greene County

The Alpha Sigma Phi chapter was honored for its efforts to raise awareness of and combat sexual assault on and off campus. Continue reading

Chief Diversity Officer Matt Boaz honored by Greene County Prosecutor’s Office

Matt Boaz will receive the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office 2017 Community Service Award during an April 3 training session on combating human trafficking. Continue reading

Hundreds of Wright State volunteers take part in Project Linus marathon

Fleece blankets for sick and traumatized children were cut, tied and labeled by Wright State students, faculty and staff on March 22 in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Medical student volunteers in Jordan to champion women’s health

Katie Adib, a second-year medical student, served as a translator for American medical doctors caring for refugees. Continue reading

NBC News recognizes Boonshoft School of Medicine student during Black History Month

Christen Johnson, president of the Student National Medical Association, will graduate in May 2017 with a dual M.D./M.P.H. degree. Continue reading

Good Samaritans

Wright State men’s basketball coach Scott Nagy coaches game barefoot. Continue reading

Alternative Spring break Program provides students the chance to volunteer

Wright State students can spend spring break volunteering at seven local organizations. Continue reading