News

Magical miles

Wright State University students traveled to Hampton, Tennessee, for a week to participate in the Freshmen Outdoor Orientation Trip. Continue reading

Dayton Campus COVID-19 testing and vaccination center opens, required surveillance testing begins

Wright State will offer free COVID-19 vaccines and weekly required surveillance testing to students, faculty and staff in the testing and vaccination center, 023 Student Union. Continue reading

Student investigations spotlighted at College of Science and Mathematics’ Festival of Research

The Festival of Research featured podium talks by student researchers and a poster session. Continue reading

Lake Campus baseball team helps fill sandbags for Celina medical center

The Mercer Health Community Medical Center is better protected from floods thanks to help from Lake Campus baseball players. Continue reading

Wright State, Sinclair Community College renew commitment to students with 25 new associate and bachelor’s degree pathways

The Wright Path Partnership provides affordable, seamless student movement into a Wright State bachelor’s program after earning an associate degree at Sinclair Community College. Continue reading

Wright State’s STEMM Experience on Oct. 23 to give high school students a taste of in-demand majors and careers

High school students and their families can explore majors and careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine at Wright State’s STEMM Experience. Continue reading

Double feature

Wright State University hosted in-person and virtual Fall Career Fairs for current students and alumni on Oct. 12. Continue reading

Solo exhibition by photographer Kris Graves on display at Stein Galleries

Kris Graves’ exhibition, titled “Truth and Ruin,” will be on display from Oct. 18 to Dec. 3 in the Stein Galleries, 160 Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Bosnian high school students in international leadership program make stop at Wright State

Students from Bosnia and Herzegovina toured Wright State’s campus and met with admissions staff and University Center for International Education representatives. Continue reading

Effective detective

Early disease detection is the focus of an internship of Wright State biomedical engineering major Garrett Regan

Wright State senior Garrett Regan utilizes machine learning to detect aneurysms on CT scans during an internship. Continue reading