Business

Wright State business students market college’s graduate programs

The campaign is an extension of the philosophy of prioritizing real-world experience for students in the Raj Soin College of Business. Continue reading

Tech titan

Computer powers of Wright State business student Jared Smith are sweet music for a high school band program

Jared Smith has solved computer network problems, helped companies update web pages and provided the elderly with tech assistance. Continue reading

Motion picture students learn from film and television professionals

The Motion Pictures Program found innovative ways to engage students during Spring Semester, providing access to successful film and television professionals. Continue reading

Spring 2021 commencement ceremonies in photos

Members of the class of 2021 celebrated graduation during four spring commencement ceremonies on April 30 and May 1 in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Nearly 1,900 students graduate at Wright State’s 2021 spring commencements

Wright State President Sue Edwards called attention to students’ resolve as the university and the broader community emerged from a fully COVID-impacted school year. Continue reading

Fortune Education Hub names Wright State’s online M.B.A. program among the nation’s best

Wright State’s Master of Business Administration Program develops managers and leaders whose understanding and vision encompass the total organization. Continue reading

Governor DeWine to address students during Wright State University’s spring commencement ceremonies

Nearly 1,900 students are expected to graduate during Wright State’s spring commencement ceremonies in the Nutter Center on April 30 and May 1. Continue reading

Wright State pitcher Casey Grimm tosses a no-hitter for the Lakers

Casey Grimm, an M.B.A. student at Lake Campus, pitched a no-hitter and struck out 16 batters in the Lakers’ 10–0 victory over Roosevelt University. Continue reading

A different kind of influencer

Mohamed Al-Hamdani ’03, ’19, immigration lawyer and president of Dayton Public Schools Board, is one of the city’s most influential young leaders

Two-time Wright State graduate Al-Hamdani wants immigrants to know Dayton as a welcoming city. Continue reading

On-demand laundry service wins Wright Venture

M.B.A. student Jeffrey Caldwell II received $5,000 in startup funds for Tumble as the winner of Wright Venture. Continue reading