Monthly Archives: March 2022

Dayton Daily News: Wright State prepares for in-person return of festive ArtsGala

After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Wright State University’s ArtsGala returns in-person Saturday, April 9, in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News | Fosse flair: 5 reasons to see ‘Sweet Charity’ at Wright State

Fans of Fosse rejoice! Wright State University’s excellent production of “Sweet Charity” is one of the most thrillingly danced and choreographed non-professional executions of Fosse-related material Dayton theatergoers have seen in a generation. Directed by Marya Spring Cordes and continuing … Continue reading

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Wright State historical archaeologist Lance Greene authors book on Cherokees who avoided Trail of Tears

In his new book, “Their Determination to Remain,” Lance Greene explores the complexities of race and gender in the antebellum South and the real impacts of racism. Continue reading

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Dayton Daily News: ‘I love helping others … I want to be their voice’

Wright State student among the first wave of students in the Business Degree Completion Program

She was studying electrical engineering at Wright State University in the mid-1990s when she left to raise a family and start a career. Now she’s back. Continue reading

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Mentoring program helps Wright State marketing students develop leadership skills

The Emerging Marketing Leaders program helps students develop their leadership and business skills and network in the local business community. Continue reading

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Never forgotten

Wright State Army ROTC cadets clean headstones at the Dayton National Cemetery

Beautifying the Dayton National Cemetery teaches Wright State Army ROTC that community service is an important part of being an officer and leader. Continue reading

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Scholarships generated by Wright State’s ArtsGala critical for fine and performing arts students

Now in its 23rd year, ArtsGala has raised over $3.5 million in scholarship support for students in the fine and performing arts. Continue reading

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Wright State offering virtual student exchange courses with Kenya, Tanzania and Poland

The program will include a virtual global health course, a drug and behavior course, and an international business and marketing course. Continue reading

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Medical attention

Wright State medical student Weilong Wang organizes study sessions in the Veteran and Military Center

Weilong Wang, an Army Reserve soldier and medical student, and several classmates are often studying in the Veteran and Military Center from sunup to sundown. Continue reading

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Business students get career tips, make contacts during Professional Development Day

Professional Development Day at the Raj Soin College of Business featured a panel discussion and networking opportunities for students. Continue reading

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