Military & Veterans

National Guard opens doors for Wright State senior

Scott Nicholson is working toward a business management degree at Wright State while also serving in the National Guard and Army ROTC. Continue reading

Wright State’s Management Information Systems program ranked No. 1 in the nation for military veterans

Wright State’s Management Information Systems program is designed for students interested in working in businesses, nonprofits and government agencies relying on data to drive decision-making and increase productivity. Continue reading

Wright State hosts resource fair for veterans

The fourth annual Veterans Moving Forward event was a combination of a resource fair and a job fair designed to educate and engage veterans. Continue reading

Vets Moving Forward

Veterans invited to resource and job fair May 22 at Wright State

Hundreds of military veterans, service organizations and employers will be on hand for the Vets Moving Forward event in the Wright State Student Union on May 22 from 3 to 7 p.m. Continue reading

Military might

On April 24, Wright State Air Force and Army ROTC cadets competed in a friendly but grueling exercise competition called the Provost Cup. Continue reading

Excellence in Service (Unclassified)

Amanda Watkins

Part of the series: President's Awards for Excellence 2018

Amanda Watkins advocates for student veterans and military-connected students and ensures they receive the benefits they deserve. Continue reading

Cybersecurity competition expected to draw college, high school teams to Wright State on Dec. 1

Wright State’s Army ROTC and the Department of Computer Science will host the Cyber Raider competition on Dec. 1. Continue reading

Java for GIs

Veteran and Military Center kicks off coffee drive with a Veterans Voices event Nov. 13

The Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with the Dayton Area Red Cross to collect coffee to support veterans and active duty service members at the Dayton VA, Wright-Patt Medical Center and Wright State. Continue reading

Red rock romance

Wright State alum Sara Toms-Bergquist works as earth and environmental education ranger near Sedona

Wright State grad Sara Toms-Bergquist turned her love of geology into a career as a park ranger. Continue reading

U.S. Army names Wright State a Center of Excellence for Nursing

The designation makes the Wright State College of Nursing and Health a preferred destination for ROTC cadets who want to work as nurses. Continue reading