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Wright State student crowned Ms. Wheelchair Ohio

Jasmine Spradley

Wright State psychology major Jasmine Spradley was crowned the 2015 Ms. Wheelchair Ohio and will represent the state at a national competition in Iowa. Continue reading

UCIE to host celebration of Persian New Year

Fahimeh Fallahi

Wright State students can celebrate the Iranian New Year during a coffee hour hosted by the University Center of International Education on March 27. Continue reading

Old, heavy podiums are a thing of the past

Seeing a campus need: Old, heavy podiums are a thing of the past

Excerpt Wright State University has combined a campus need with an engineering degree requirement to get a much-needed and lightweight piece of equipment for professors and instructors. “A few years ago, we decided that our tabletop podiums were very old, … Continue reading

Women’s History Month residency to feature trans activist and biologist

Julia Serano

Julia Serano, a transgender activist, biologist and spoken-word performer, will visit Wright State March 24-26 as the Women’s History Month Scholar-in-Residence. Continue reading

Ohio Mathematics Contest returning to Wright State

Kathy Engisch, Munsup Seoh and Yi Li

Elementary, middle school and high school students are invited to test their knowledge of math and physics in an competition at Wright State on April 18. Continue reading

Wright State reduces tuition by half for local international residents who want to learn English

LEAP classroom

Wright State makes its intensive English program more attractive to local international students who want to increase their skills in English. Continue reading

Kimberly Barrett: ‘Remembering Selma, Honoring Black History Year-Round’

Kimberly Barrett

In a guest commentary on WYSO Public Radio, Kimberly Barrett, vice president for multicultural affairs and community engagement at Wright State, discusses Black History Month and the 50th anniversary of the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Listen as Barrett explains why “this … Continue reading

Forums, film screenings, civil rights trip to commemorate Voting Rights Act anniversary

IIyasah Al-Shabazz headshot

“Phoenix Project: A Call to Action” from Feb. 17-19, and a Civil Rights Pilgrimage, March 3-9, commemorate the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Voting Rights Act. Continue reading

Students to learn about health careers at Path to Health Professions Day

Boonshoft School of Medicine students giving information

High school and college students can learn more about careers as doctors, nurses and veterinarians during Path to Health Professions Day on Feb. 16. Continue reading

Women’s Studies Quilt Show raises money for scholarships

Women’s Studies Quilt Show raises money for scholarships

Second annual Women’s Studies Quilt Show celebrated Women’s Studies through quilt stories. Continue reading