Faculty & Staff

Wright State art historian Karla Huebner to give online talks on surrealist artist Toyen

Karla Huebner will give a talk “Toyen and Czech Surrealism” on Aug. 5 and on her 2020 book “Magnetic Woman: Toyen and the Surrealist Erotic” on Aug. 8. Continue reading

Wright State professor, author named secretary to national InfraGard board

Terry Oroszi, a faculty member in the Boonshoft School of Medicine, joined the FBI InfraGard National Members Board of Directors. Continue reading

Wright State plans for increased on-campus classes and activities this fall

Wright State plans to resume regular campus operations in Fall Semester with expanded classroom capacity, activities, events and residence hall experiences. Continue reading

Nursing Chair Ann Stalter honored with public health nursing research award

Ann Stalter was recognized for her research into applied systems thinking to manage COVID‐19 decision-making in complex health care systems. Continue reading

Making the world a better place

Matthew Chaney seeks to make a difference as Wright State's first vice president for inclusive excellence

Matthew Chaney works with the community to foster a welcoming campus environment and institutional culture that supports diversity, accessibility, equity and inclusion for all. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine hires new vice dean for educational affairs

Ngozi Anachebe will join Wright State after serving as senior associate dean of admissions and student affairs at the Morehouse School of Medicine. Continue reading

Wright State trustees approve fiscal year 2022 budget

Wright State’s three-year budget plan guides operations, realigns expenditures with revenues, and supports the university’s academic mission as it emerges from the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

Survey about learning experiences during pandemic influencing academic plans at Wright State

The surveys have helped the university learn what faculty and students experienced while teaching and taking remote courses. Continue reading

Campus restrictions lifted for fully vaccinated students and employees at Wright State

Wright State will no longer require fully vaccinated people to wear a mask or practice physical distancing on the Dayton and Lake Campuses. Continue reading

Wright State sociologist Marlese Durr receives prestigious faculty leadership award from Society for the Study of Social Problems

Marlese Durr was honored for her wide-ranging expertise, scholarship and contributions to the field of sociology. Continue reading