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Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger ’12 to give spring commencement address

The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 29, in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Comedian-turned-doctor to speak at Academy of Medicine annual awards dinner

The Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine’s Academy of Medicine lecture and awards dinner takes place April 26. Continue reading

Best-selling author Kelly Williams Brown to speak at ‘Life After Wright State 2017’

“Life After Wright State” is a series of social, educational and networking events sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations and other campus partners. Continue reading

Wright State University to celebrate 50th anniversary throughout 2017

The celebration culminates with a special Homecoming Oct. 1, featuring multiple affinity reunions, including one for the university’s founding classes. Continue reading

Fall 2016 commencement in photos

Wright State honored more than 1,150 graduating students at its fall commencement ceremony Dec. 17 in the Nutter Center. Continue reading

Ann Weisgarber named Wright State Alumna of the Year

Ann Weisgarber, who graduated from Wright State in 1976, is the author of “The Personal History of Rachel DuPree” and “The Promise.” Continue reading

Homecoming Week had something for everyone

The Wright State men’s soccer team capped off a terrific Homecoming Week for students and alumni. Continue reading

Wright State’s first president Brage Golding dies

Known as an innovator with an entrepreneurial spirit, Brage Golding served as Wright State’s president from 1966 to 1972. Continue reading

Holocaust survivor one of many presenters at Alumni College

Alumni College provides Wright State graduates a sample of recent research and academic courses from Wright State’s distinguished faculty. Continue reading

Actor Tom Hanks to dedicate the Tom Hanks Center for Motion Pictures at Wright State University

Tom Hanks will help dedicate the newly renovated Center for Motion Pictures and celebrate the success of the university’s $150 million Rise. Shine. campaign. Continue reading