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Wright State alum Morgan O'Brien '07 lands NBA fellowship as rising star at State Department
Morgan O'Brien, a 2007 Wright State graduate and foreign service officer with the U.S. Department of State, lands a fellowship with the NBA.

Morgan O’Brien, a 2007 Wright State graduate and foreign service officer with the U.S. Department of State, lands a fellowship with the NBA. Continue reading

Wright State starts nursing program for veterans and military personnel


The College of Nursing and Health is accepting applications for a bachelor’s degree program for veterans and armed forces members through May 15. Continue reading

Wright State recognized once again for its military-friendly programs


Wright State University recognized as one of the best colleges for veterans and active duty military personnel by the website CollegeRecon. Continue reading

One of the largest delegations at Student Veterans of America Conference expected to be from Wright State

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Twenty student military veterans from Wright State will attend the increasingly popular and influential Student Veterans of America Conference. Continue reading

Three questions with … Seth Gordon, Wright State Veterans and Military Center

Seth Gordon, Director, Veteran and Military Center, Presidents Award for Excellence 8-11-14

Excerpt Maybe the first thing to know about Seth Gordon, director of Wright State University’s Veteran and Military Center, is that he’s not a veteran. Maybe the second thing to know is: It doesn’t really matter. Gordon, 44, has worked with … Continue reading

Clark State and Wright State further joint efforts in Greene County

Aerospace Professional Development Center logo

Clark State Community College and Wright State will share a combined location where both colleges will continue to offer services to students and Greene County businesses. Continue reading

Marriage medicine

Wright State psychology researchers study whether early detection can head off crackups in military marriages
Marriage medicine

Wright State psychology researchers are studying whether early detection can head off problems in military marriages. Continue reading

Veterans have a ball

Veteran's Ball

Wright State University’s second annual Veterans Ball attracted 165 veteran students, community members and guests for a night of food, camaraderie and dancing. Continue reading

Wright State will celebrate Dayton’s legacy of peace

An Afghan boy is seen with a Minnie Mouse face mask in a local cemetery in Kabul, Afghanistan on Oct. 10, 2006. Photo by Ziyah Gafic/VII Network

Wright State’s CELIA will celebrate the Dayton Peace Accords and the Dayton Literary Peace Prize with a photography exhibition, concert and literary conference. Continue reading

Air Force’s Tech Warrior exercise conducted at Wright State’s National Center for Medical Readiness

Soldier with rifle

Air Force scientists and engineers donned battle gear and grabbed M-16 rifles for a combat exercise at Wright State’s Calamityville to field-test the technologies they helped develop in the lab. Continue reading