MBA

Construction material

Two-time Wright State graduate Jacob Marino combines engineering with business in the construction industry

Jacob Marino lives in two different worlds using two different degrees — engineering and business. Continue reading

Food supply

Pantries on a post help those in need thanks to Wright State MBA students

Raj Soin College of Business students worked with Good Neighbor House to install five food pantries around Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State medical student Elisabeth Adkins appointed to Student National Medical Association board

Elisabeth Adkins, a dual M.D./ MBA student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, was appointed the SNMA’s national community service committee co-chairperson. Continue reading

Hometown hurler

Wright State Laker inks pro baseball deal in Kentucky

Lake Campus MBA student Casey Grimm will pitch professionally for the Florence Y’alls. Continue reading

Raj Soin College of Business maintains prestigious AACSB Business and Accounting Accreditation

The Raj Soin College of Business has maintained its accredited status by ensuring the highest level of quality in teaching, research and service. Continue reading

Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business named a Best Business School by The Princeton Review

The Raj Soin College of Business was named to the Princeton Review’s list of Best Business Schools for 2021 thanks to its on-campus MBA program. Continue reading

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

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

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