Academics

Organized duffel bag wins entrepreneur contest

Wright Venture is an entrepreneurial opportunity modeled after “Shark Tank,” an ABC–TV reality competition series that features aspiring entrepreneurs making business presentations to a panel of potential investors. Continue reading

Wright State students reflect on Civil Rights Pilgrimage

Wright State University students spent their spring break on a pilgrimage to historical sites associated with the civil rights movement. Continue reading

Ahead of her time

Zoe Dell Lantis Nutter has been a trailblazer for more than a century

The Zoe Dell Lantis Nutter Dance Scholarship benefits students studying dance at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State students brainstorm solutions to plastic in oceans at Innovation Weekend

Wright State students from across the university came together to devise solutions to plastic waste in the world’s oceans at the spring Innovation Weekend. Continue reading

Extreme behavior

Wright State researchers Terry Oroszi and David Ellis offer identifying characteristics of American terrorists in their new book

New book seeks to halt the recruitment of American citizens by terror organizations as well as to identify the common traits of terrorists. Continue reading

‘I am a warrior’

Theatre studies major Nerissa Jheanelle finds her voice with impressive display of theatre and performing arts

Nerissa Jheanelle, a theatre studies major, has been prolific at Wright State, producing a play, a dance, a movie and a musical. Continue reading

Deere to her heart

Wright State alumna Elizabeth Conzo-Kershner ’00 flourishes as a leader in precision agriculture at John Deere

Elizabeth Conzo-Kershner helped establish a Student Government scholarship when she was a student and to get it endowed in 2018. Continue reading

Gala galore

The 20th annual ArtsGala drew hundreds of people to enjoy the arts and raise scholarship funds for fine and performing arts students. Continue reading

Wright State Engineers Without Borders chapter begins service project in Uganda

Students from Wright State’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders spent their spring break in Uganda working on a sanitation project. Continue reading

Roundtable discussion on cost of war from a humanities lens to be held at Wright State on April 24

“Mother Courage and Her Children,” which Wright State’s Theatre produced in February, will set the tone for a roundtable discussion on war and peace. Continue reading