International Students

Data devotee

2019 Computer science alum Hussein S. Al-Olimat making a splash in information extraction

Hussein S. Al-Olimat earned his Ph.D. in computer science in 2019 from Wright State, conducing research on “Knowledge-enabled Entity Extraction” with Kno.e.sis. Continue reading

‘Miles to go before I sleep’

Wright State graduate student Syeda Bahar shines as a campus and community leader

Syeda Bahar, a master of public administration student, is a leader on campus, has interned with nonprofit community organizations and has participated in an international leadership conference. Continue reading

Caribbean karma

Lake Campus nursing alum Annette Huelskamp launches career from humble start in Haiti

Annette Huelskamp fulfilled a lifelong dream of working as a nurse after she graduated from the nursing program at Wright State Lake Campus. Continue reading

Leadership program brings Bosnian high school students to Wright State

Students from Bosnia and Herzegovina learned about various programs and the admission process for international students during a visit to Wright State. Continue reading

Branching out

Wright State changes model for recruiting international students

Wright State expands efforts to increase the diversity of its international student population. Continue reading

For the love of the game

Wright State soccer player Deri Corfe left his native England to continue to play the game that he loves in the United States. Continue reading

LEAP gives student and his family a unique summer experience

While Gustavo Santos took classes in Wright State’s LEAP Intensive English Program, his family got to experience American culture. Continue reading

Overseas opportunity

2019 Wright State grad Dhanashri Desai completes engineering internship at Ingersoll Rand in India

Dhanashri Desai, who graduated from Wright State in May with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering, returned to her native India for a valuable internship. Continue reading

LEAP hosts international potluck to wrap up summer semester

LEAP Cultural Hours are designed to introduce international students to other cultures, meet new people and practice their English skills outside of class. Continue reading

Government grade

2019 Wright State dual-degree graduate Rahim Akrami embarks on a prestigious local government fellowship

Rahim Akrami, who graduated with master’s degrees in public administration and international and comparative politics, is serving a fellowship with the city of Dubuque, Iowa. Continue reading