University Center for International Education

Cristina Redko honored with 2015 International Education Award


Cristina Redko, director of the global health concentration in the Master of Public Health Program at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, has won the university’s 2015 International Education Award. Continue reading

Literature, lectures, culture, performances and food to highlight International Education Week at Wright State

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International Education Week promotes programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attracts future leaders from abroad to exchange experiences in the United States. Continue reading

Ambassador of India says education, partnerships key to future during stop at Wright State

Arun Kumar Singh speaking to students

The ambassador of India to the United States toured the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, Special Collections and Archives and the Raj Soin College of Business and gave a talk at a reception at Wright State. Continue reading

Potluck no more: Raidersgiving expected to draw largest crowd, needs your support

The first annual Raidersgiving will be held Thursday, Nov. 22, at the Forrest Lane Community Center from noon to 2 p.m.

It may have started small, but now it’s gotten big and Raidersgiving needs your help. Continue reading

Wright State international students share insights from their homelands


Wright State students from China, Germany and Iran share insights and memories of their homelands. Continue reading

Wright State international students talk about cultural differences

Charles Chugo Chibugo Chiobi holding Nigerian flag

Wright State students from Bangladesh, Nigeria and India compare their homelands to the United States. Continue reading

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Wright State’s Bela Bognar honored by his native Hungary for scholarship efforts
Bela Bognar in Millett Hall

Retired social work professor Bela Bognar was honored by his native Hungary for raising scholarship money for Hungarian students. Continue reading

Cuban journalist says increasing freedoms, relations with U.S. are giving young people hope


Cuban journalist Elaine Díaz Rodriguez discussed “Cuba in an Era of Change” as part of Wright State’s Year of the Active Bystander program. Continue reading

Japanese cherry tree planted on campus to symbolize the success of Wright State’s exchange program

Japanese cherry tree planting

A Japanese cherry tree in Wright State’s Garden for the Senses is a living symbol of a long-running student exchange program between the university and Japan’s KAKE Educational Institution. Continue reading