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Susan Edwards named next president of Wright State University

Susan Edwards, who joined Wright State in 2018 as provost, will become the university’s eighth president on Jan. 1. Continue reading

Wright State Graduate School Open House set for Oct. 30

The open house is the perfect opportunity to meet Wright State’s nationally distinguished faculty members and learn about more than 140 certificate, master’s and doctoral programs. Continue reading

Meeting of Ohio Physiological Society at Wright State abundant with research

The meeting featured physiology and biomedical research from about 150 students and faculty from around Ohio. Continue reading

Economics alums share insights from careers with City of Hamilton

Raj Soin College of Business graduates shares their knowledge and experience with Wright State students as part of a series of seminars on local and global economies. Continue reading

Battle tested

Wright State grad student Loghan Young turns military experience into college success

Loghan Young, a Master of Public Administration student, helps fellow veterans succeed as a graduate assistant in the Veteran and Military Center. Continue reading

College of Science and Mathematics’ Festival of Research to showcase talent

The Festival of Research will showcase Wright State student and faculty research and scholarship on Sept. 20 in the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building. 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

Wright State offering master’s degree in marketing analytics and insights

The M.S. in Marketing Analytics and Insights program will provide students with a foundation in marketing, strategy and consumer behavior and how to analyze data. Continue reading

Politically correct

Special Forces, business, politics mark career of Wright State alum Colin Morrow

Colin Morrow, who received a master’s degree in international relations and comparative politics from Wright State, is a member of the Fairborn City Council. 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