Education & Human Services

Nick Warrington to oversee ARTSGala as COLA’s director of events and community engagement

Nick Warrington, a 2012 Wright State graduate, hopes to attract more first-time attendees and enhance the experience of all attendees at ARTSGala. Continue reading

Wright State alumni lead Oktoberfest at Dayton Art Institute

Wright State grads Patty and Michael Griest, who is also director of student enrollment services are co-chairs of the Dayton Art Institute’s annual Oktoberfest. Continue reading

For the love of the game

Wright State soccer player Deri Corfe left his native England to continue to play the game that he loves in the United States. Continue reading

Prevent defense

Tylar O’Neal-White heads up Wright State’s Power Based Violence Program

Tylar O’Neal-White provides support and resources for students who experience power-based violence. Continue reading

When opportunity knocks

A series of unexpected opportunities leads Christopher Tung ’12 to a successful career at Netflix

How a successful career in finance led alumnus Christopher Tung ’12 to his dream job at Netflix. Continue reading

Above and beyond

The 2019 Alumni Achievement Award winners

The winners of the Alumni Achievement Awards will be honored at a ceremony on Oct. 4 during Homecoming Weekend. Continue reading

Wright State will welcome 900 new students on Move-In Day on Aug. 22

During Operation Move-In, new residential students will move into residence halls and on-campus apartments on Aug. 22 and returning residential students will move in on Aug. 24. Continue reading

Going social

Wright State’s Class of 2023 gets to know each other before school begins

Incoming students in Wright State’s Class of 2023 connect with fellow classmates and build friendships before the fall semester even begins. Continue reading

A city of gems

Wright State alumni are leading the charge in the resurgence of downtown Dayton

Wright State alumni are taking leading roles in transforming Dayton back into the spearhead of industry and innovation it once was. Continue reading

Amidst tragedy, Wright State grad student finds a way to give back

Brooke Evans, a school counseling graduate student, passed out homemade dog treats and offered pets and pictures with her dogs to raise funds for the victims of the Dayton mass shooting. Continue reading