Monthly Archives: October 2014

Wright State women give new meaning to confidence

Confidence U logo

Wright State’s Kappa Delta sorority and the Women’s Center collaborated to promote a greater self-confidence in women and girls through a film titled “Confidence U.” Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Home news sidebar, News, Women's Center, Women's Studies |

State taps eagle-eyed Wright State student for service committee

Adrian Hill interviewing a veteran

Wright State student Adrian Hill works in Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center’s and was named to the state’s committee on service and volunteerism. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Community Service, Education & Human Services, Military & Veterans, News, Student Profile, Teacher Education |

Raj Soin College of Business breaks ground for student-operated cafe

Coffee shop groundbreaking

New cafe will give students in the Raj Soin College of Business the experience of running a business. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Business, Home news sidebar, News |

Wright State Theatre presents crowd-pleasing musical ‘Hot Mikado’

'Hot Mikado' dance number

Wright State Theatre continues its 40th season with the smash hit musical “Hot Mikado” in the Festival Playhouse Oct. 23 to Nov. 9. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Arts Scene, CELIA, Home news sidebar, Homepage Photos and Video, Liberal Arts, News, Photos, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures |

Wright State physicist calculates spread of Ebola

Physics professor Allen Hunt

Wright State physics professor Allen Hunt publishes statistical analysis of the spread of the Ebola virus. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Faculty, Home news sidebar, News, Physics, Research, Science & Mathematics |

Wright State stages ‘Hot Mikado’

'Hot Mikado' group sing along

Excerpt Wright State University’s 40th anniversary season continues Thursday, Oct. 23 with its opening of the rarely staged, dance-heavy musical “The Hot Mikado,” a swinging 1940s jazz and blues twist on the classic 1885 Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera “The … Continue reading

Posted in News, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures, Wright State in the News |

‘Holidays in the Heartland’ part of Wright State’s World War I series

Photo of the orchestra and choir onstage at the Schuster Center.

Excerpt “Holidays in the Heartland,” Wright State’s annual musical concert, will honor veterans and remember World War I this year as part of the year-long project entitled “A Long, Long Way: Echoes of the Great War.” The concert, slated for … Continue reading

Posted in CELIA, History, Music, Wright State in the News |

Museum to participate in Dayton Regional Science Festival

Jason Deibel

Excerpt Dr. Jason Deibel, an associate professor at Wright State University, is currently working with the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force’s Education Division while on sabbatical. He will lead four museum programs during the Dayton Regional Science Festival … Continue reading

Posted in Physics, Science & Mathematics, Wright State in the News |

3D printed sculptures featured in new exhibit at Stein Galleries

"Erosion" by Rebecca Jacobs

Stein Galleries’ latest exhibition featuring 58 works of digital fabrication opens Oct. 26 and runs through Dec. 7. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Art and Art History, Arts Scene, CELIA, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Research, Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries |

Wright State to manage high-tech intelligence training center

Excerpt Wright State University has taken a big step to boost its workforce development efforts. The school’s Wright State Applied Research Corp. recently signed a shared services and management agreement with the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center in Beavercreek. Also known … Continue reading

Posted in Center for Workforce Development, News, Wright State in the News |