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Wright State’s Global Public Health Brigade returns to Nicaragua

Wright State students returned to Nicaragua to work on with infrastructure projects to improve living conditions. Continue reading

Field operations

Wright State archaeology students find traces of town that was relocated following Great Dayton Flood of 1913

Students in the Field School in Archaeology excavate a field to learn more about life in Old Osborn, near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading

Free kick

The University Center for International Education has hosted a live stream of the FIFA World Cup. Continue reading

Smart play

Wright State engineering students Trevor Nartker, Ivan Frasure and Jace Robinson receive prestigious SMART scholarships

Wright State engineering students Trevor Nartker, Ivan Frasure and Jace Robinson will work at the Air Force Research Laboratory after completing their master’s degrees, supported by scholarships from the Defense Department. Continue reading

Explore potential projects at next strategic planning mini-summit on July 13

The session will feature the “idea marketplace,” during which each of the 15 strategic initiative working groups will put on display the project ideas they have proposed for the strategic plan. Continue reading

Wright State’s Alex Sogard promoted to head baseball coach

Alex Sogard, an assistant coach at Wright State for the last two years, replaces Jeff Mercer, who accepted the head coach position at Indiana. Continue reading

Magnetic force

Wright State business student Jacob Hunkeler starts his own advertising business using car magnets

Jacob Hunkeler, a management information systems major, runs an advertising company out of his home that uses car magnets to deliver commercial messages. Continue reading

Convocation ceremony marks start of medical education for class of 2022

The Boonshoft School of Medicine will welcome 120 students during a special ceremony on July 8, formally marking the start of their medical education. Continue reading

Fit for Florence

Wright State art historian Caroline Hillard wins prestigious Harvard fellowship to write a book on the Renaissance

Caroline Hillard, associate professor of art and art history, will spend a year in Florence, Italy, researching the Etruscan influence on the Renaissance. Continue reading

In sync

Students and instructors from around the world could be found on Wright State University’s campus June 24-29 singing their hearts out during Camp A Cappella. Continue reading