Monthly Archives: December 2015

Wright State among nation’s top universities in providing students with upward social mobility

Wright State University ranks among the top 17 percent of colleges and universities in the nation in providing upward economic and social mobility to its students. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Enrollment Management, Home news sidebar, News, Rankings |

Wright State engineering students help make ceremonial switch for Dayton’s holiday tree

Three Wright State University electrical engineering students worked with DP&L to create a light switch for the Grande Illumination Ceremony on Courthouse Square in Dayton. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Electrical Engineering, Engineering & Computer Science, Graduate, Home news sidebar, News, Undergraduate |

Lake Campus offering a four-year bachelor degree in nursing

Lynn Frank, director of the nursing program at Wright State’s Lake Campus, discusses the campus’ new four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Watch the interview with WLIO.

Posted in Lake Campus, News, Nursing, Kinesiology, & Health Sciences, Wright State in the News |

Diplomatically speaking

Wright State alum Jeff Austin '98 making a splash with State Department

Diplomatic career with the Department of State has taken Jeff Austin ’98 to Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Tajikstan and the United Nations. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Alumni Profile, Business, Home news sidebar, Management & International Business, News, Psychology, Science & Mathematics |

Ashes to action

Medicine and the Holocaust focus of course for Wright State medical students

Medical students study the Holocaust to try to understand how physicians could ever be part of euthanasia, medical experimentation, torture and mass extermination. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Faculty, Home news sidebar, Medical Students, Medicine, News, Orthopaedics |

Three questions with … Seth Gordon, Wright State Veterans and Military Center

Excerpt Maybe the first thing to know about Seth Gordon, director of Wright State University’s Veteran and Military Center, is that he’s not a veteran. Maybe the second thing to know is: It doesn’t really matter. Gordon, 44, has worked with … Continue reading

Posted in Military & Veterans, News, Staff, Wright State in the News |

Wright State opens the ReyRey Cafe

The first student-operated café at Wright State was celebrated with a grand opening ceremony on Dec. 2. Sponsored by the Reynolds and Reynolds Foundation, ReyRey Café is housed in Rike Hall, home of the Raj Soin College of Business. Watch the report from … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Wright State’s surplus furniture and supply store is hidden gem

Located in 091 Allyn Hall, Excess and Surplus Property Management sells lightly used furniture, supplies, computers and other items at a low cost. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Faculty & Staff, Home news sidebar, News |

Mail call

Wright State’s Colleen Kelsey teaching students the skill of mail art

Colleen Kelsey, adjunct art instructor at Wright State, is teaching students the skill of mail art. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Arts Scene, Faculty, Fine and Performing Arts, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News |

Jeff Ulliman named Wright State’s chief financial officer

Jeff Ulliman has served Wright State for more than 25 years, most recently as associate vice president for financial and business operations. Continue reading

Posted in Faculty, Home news sidebar, News |