Around Campus

Science showdown

Stars of the future to compete at Wright State University in 2017 Science Olympiad National Tournament

More than 5,000 students, educators and parents will descend on Wright State for the 2017 Science Olympiad National Tournament May 19–20. Continue reading

Summer classes in full swing at Wright State

Nearly 2,000 Wright State students are taking advantage of the 20 percent tuition rebate on summer courses. Continue reading

Natural cause

The woods of Wright State, hub of research projects, granted partial conservation easement

Wright State creates a 15-acre conservation easement in the woods to protect a rare bat and other endangered species from development. Continue reading

Cruise control

Ocean-going vessels provide the stage for Wright State theatre, dance alums

Wright State performing arts grads find career success performing on cruise ships. Continue reading

Group seeks to make Wright State more bike friendly

More than 300 community members, elected officials and cycling enthusiast attended the Miami Valley Cycling Summit. Continue reading

M.D./Ph.D. student studies neurosurgery in Uganda

Phil Walker II, a first-year medical student in the Boonshoft School of Medicine, spent his spring break in March studying neurosurgery with a team from Duke University. Continue reading

International students may now transfer to Wright State by demonstrating English proficiency through prior college coursework

International students choose Wright State for its great value and location, quality academics, caring professors and the opportunity to participate in research. Continue reading

College of Education and Human Services to offer annual conference for local educators Saturday

The Wright State University Network for Education Renewal Conference is expected to attract nearly 300 teachers and administrators from 10 school districts. Continue reading

Wright State alumna publishes thriller romance novel

Lara Donnelly’s debut novel, “Amberlough,” was published by Tor in February. Continue reading

Wright State to host 19th Annual Midwest DNA Repair Symposium

Tanya Paull, professor in molecular genetics and microbiology at Texas at Austin, and Sergei Mirkin, professor and biology chair at Tufts, will deliver keynote addresses. Continue reading