Liberal Arts

More than 2,000 graduate at Wright State’s 2019 spring commencement ceremony

Wright State University President Cheryl B. Schrader addressed the class by focusing on many of the graduates’ achievements in the last year. “Class of 2019, each of you has left your own unique mark on our Wright State family and community,” said Schrader. Continue reading

A family committed to Wright State

From Mom Pamela to her kids David, Anna and Andy, the Baugham family has deep roots at Wright State. Continue reading

Songs of war and protest to be featured at Wright State music and poetry concert on May 1

The concert will feature the music and poetry of Bertolt Brecht, Kurt Weill and Paul Dessau. Continue reading

WDTN: Wright State students taking children back in time at Boonshoft Museum of Discovery

The Public History concentration at Wright State integrates a traditional history curriculum with courses taught by professionals in archives, museum studies, and historic preservation; an internship; and a project leading to a Master of Arts degree in history with a specialization in public history. Continue reading

More than 2,000 to graduate at Wright State’s spring commencement ceremony

Wright State University’s 2019 spring commencement ceremony takes place Saturday, May 4, at 10 a.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Special agents

Wright State’s new Agents of Change community-engagement course makes a splash with Dayton City Commission

The Agents of Change course is part of an initiative designed to empower students to become more active citizens, create partnerships with community groups and promote positive change. Continue reading

College of Liberal Arts’ Internship Partners Expo draws a crowd

The College of Liberal Arts Internship Partners Expo provided an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to network with a wide variety of internship partners. Continue reading

Wright State Libraries honor 7 graduating seniors as Top Scholars

The Top Scholars are awarded a book in their subject area that becomes a permanent part of the University Libraries’ collection. Continue reading

The Wall

‘Before I Die’ class project invites campus reflections

Students in Communicating Through Chronic Illness and End of Life course set up Wall to inspire others to think about what they want to do before they die. Continue reading

Overcoming the impossible

At Wright State, Olivia Kilby, a senior political science and liberal studies major, discovered she can accomplish great things in her life. Continue reading