Offices

Breaking the code

Senior Mallory Holler learns Morse code for communication and independence
Mallory Holler with her service dog Sparrow

Mallory Holler, a senior rehabilitations services major at Wright State, uses Morse code to help her communication and gain more independence. Continue reading

Growing season

Lake Campus garden shares its bounty with the community
Kip Wright, Lake Campus garden

Overseen by a team of volunteers, the Lake Campus community garden produces thousands of pounds of donated food and helps connect students to the Mercer County community. Continue reading

Economic development, aerospace, immigration highlight Wright State’s annual Regional Summit

Wright State President David R. Hopkins, State Sen. Chris Widener and Provost S. Narayanan

Business leaders, educators, government officials and others discussed developing initiatives in workforce development and globalization during Wright State’s annual Regional Summit. Continue reading

Spanish scene

Latino children at El Puente reap benefits of tutoring from Wright State education students
Lauren Hummel tutoring

Wright State graduate students tutor Latino children while improving their teaching skills at El Puente, a Wright State tutoring program. Continue reading

Building bridges

Tony Ortiz helps Wright State connect with the Latino community
Tony Ortiz

As Wright State’s associate vice president for Latino affairs, Tony Ortiz is building bridges between the university and the area’s growing Latino community. Continue reading

Going Up: New elevator signs to encourage priority for students with disabilities

Megan Gillespie

Student Government designs signs encouraging the community to give priority elevator access to people with disabilities, the elderly, pregnant women and people with small children. Continue reading

Electrical performance: Wright State installing four vehicle-charging stations

Jim Halderman, left, and Scott Moniaci, associate director of engineering and construction, stand next to the charging-station site outside Allyn Hall.

Wright State University is installing four vehicle-charging stations in prime parking locations for drivers of electric cars and plug-in hybrids. Continue reading

Wright State international students break Ramadan fast

Wright State students, faculty and others gather at Pasha Grill as part of the Ramadan break-the-fast celebration

Eggplant, kebabs, hummus and tabouli never looked so good. Continue reading

Cuba connection

Wright State’s Gina Oswald gets up-close view of disability services in Caribbean nation
Gina Oswald

Gina Oswald, director of the Rehabilitation Services and Transition To Work programs, spent a week in Havana with a national delegation exploring disability services in Cuba. Continue reading