Academics

Wright State professor emeritus and pioneering documentary filmmaker Julia Reichert dies

Oscar-winner Julia Reichert taught film production at Wright State for 28 years, mentoring dozens of emerging filmmakers. Continue reading

Science of exercise

Wright State athlete and physical education graduate student Abigail Halsey studies how aerobic exercise can benefit children with autism. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation accepting applications for Students First Fund grants for the fifth consecutive year

Program supports student success initiatives at the Dayton and Lake campuses

All Wright State students, faculty and staff with a creative concept to promote student success are welcome to apply for a Students First Fund grant. Continue reading

Wright State historical archaeologist Lance Greene nominated for North Carolina literary award

Lance Greene, professor of anthropology, is a finalist for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award for “Their Determination to Remain: A Cherokee Community’s Resistance to the Trail of Tears in North Carolina.” Continue reading

Wright State to begin offering midterm grades for undergraduate courses in spring semester

Providing midterm grades is a best practice and is critical to the support and success of Wright State students. Continue reading

Random acts of kindness

Kindness has always been one of the central themes in Wright State English graduate Brieanna Wilkoff’s life and in her young adult novel, “I’ll Be There for You.” Continue reading

Wright State renal physiologist Clintoria Williams receives $2M award for chronic kidney disease research

Clintoria Williams, associate professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology, will further her research aimed at identifying novel therapeutic approaches effective for chronic kidney disease. Continue reading

Wright State Rural Family Residency Program receives accreditation

The goal of the Boonshoft School of Medicine Rural Family Medicine Residency Program is to train family medicine physicians who will establish medical practices in rural Ohio. Continue reading

A heartfelt link to Wright State

Klaus Weiswurm, who studied systems engineering at Wright State in the 1960s and ’70s, helped develop breakthrough technology that keeps donor organs viable longer for transplant. Continue reading

Community mediator

Wright State alumna Raven Cruz Loaiza leads the Mediation Response Unit for the City of Dayton. Continue reading