Education & Leadership

Wright State receives grant to help address teacher shortage in Dayton area

The project targets BIPOC students and professionals who want a career in high-need areas such as STEM education and intervention. Continue reading

Wright State graduate making impact in Dayton and Liberia with Library for Africa project

As the founder of Library for Africa, Veleta Jenkins is working to build a technology-focused library in Liberia. Continue reading

Wright State graduate Tom Jenkins receives prestigious science teaching fellowship

Tom Jenkins, a STEM teacher for Greenon Local Schools, was named an Albert Einstein Distinguished Fellow. Continue reading

13 Wright State faculty, staff and alumni named to Dayton Business Journal Forty Under 40 list

The honorees include Amir Zadeh, associate professor of management information systems, and Brooke Johnson Leppla, associate director of alumni and donor marketing and communication. Continue reading

Registration now open for free Summer Educational Institute at Wright State

The Summer Educational Institute offers opportunities for educators, future educators and school personnel to learn about equity issues in schools. Continue reading

Wright State alumna honored with Excellence in Teaching Award

Beth Patterson, a first-grade teacher at Clark-Shawnee Elementary School, was honored by the Springfield Rotary Club. Continue reading

Cleaning service

A business owned by Wright State alumni spent two weeks cleaning the exterior of the Nutter Center. Continue reading

Learning and growing

Wright State education and medical students are learning through discovery alongside school students at Westwood Elementary School’s garden. Continue reading

Fourth time’s the charm

After years of hard work, Reginald Gibson finally marched in a graduation ceremony as a member of the class of 2022

Reginald Gibson endured a multitude of trials and tribulations on his way to earning a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

Eleven projects were selected for the fourth year of Students First funding

Eleven projects received Students First Fund grants ranging from $1,554 to $6,555 in funding. Continue reading