Liberal Arts

Metal mettle

Wright State sculptor Landon Crowell creates aerial sculpture for new PNC Arts Annex

New sculpture by Landon Crowell, fine arts technician in the Department of Art and Art History, features an optical illusion for viewers. Continue reading

Julia Reichert, Wright State professor emeritus, to be honored with prestigious career documentary award

Julia Reichert, retired professor of film production, will receive the International Documentary Association’s Career Achievement Award for 2018. Continue reading

ArtsFair offers family-friendly art and entertainment

Art lovers of all ages can interact with art in a variety of ways at Wright State’s ArtsFair on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9 a.m. to noon, in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Java for GIs

Veteran and Military Center kicks off coffee drive with a Veterans Voices event Nov. 13

The Veteran and Military Center is collaborating with the Dayton Area Red Cross to collect coffee to support veterans and active duty service members at the Dayton VA, Wright-Patt Medical Center and Wright State. Continue reading

Students helping students

Tutoring program benefits both LEAP students and domestic students in the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Program. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre presents musical comedy ‘Crazy for You’

Wright State Theatre’s production of “Crazy For You” runs from Nov. 1 to Nov. 18 in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Costume craze

Elizabeth Bourgeois and her Wright State team win prestigious HighBall Halloween fashion competition

Elizabeth Bourgeois, assistant professor of costume design, worked with a team of Wright State students and alums to create the winning costume. Continue reading

Wright State social work professor wins best empirical article in social work journal

James Carter, associate professor of social work, was honored by the Journal of Social Work and Education for his research paper on student debt. Continue reading

Searching for his own sound

Wright State piano student David Chi Tou Lao wins international competition in Singapore

He once gave up piano. Now Wright State sophomore David Chi Tou Lao is determined to make a name for himself as a pianist. Continue reading

Bringing history to life

Wright State University launches $6.5 million fundraising campaign to create a new home for priceless archives

Discover Your Story will transform the former corporate headquarters of the Wright-Patt Credit Union at 2455 Presidential Drive into the new home of Special Collections and Archives. Continue reading