Liberal Arts

2021–2022 Frederick A. White Distinguished Professor of Service Award

Daniel Warshawsky

Part of the series: Faculty Awards for Excellence 2021–2022

Daniel Warshawsky, associate professor of geography, has given tireless service to Wright State and the Dayton community. Continue reading

What a difference a day makes

First-time donors on the Wright Day to Give talk about what motivated them and why they continue to give

One couple shares their motivation behind giving, and one grad shares how his gift as a student influenced him to continue to pay it forward. Continue reading

Fueling the workforce in Raider Country and beyond

Wright State’s major impact on the region through the creativity, entrepreneurship, experience, and innovation of our grads

Delve into the direct economic impact Wright State graduates have in the region and the top companies that employ them. Continue reading

Energizing entrepreneurs

Wright State helps position aspiring entrepreneurs for success

Meet several alumni and students making their mark as successful entrepreneurs. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre opens the 2022-23 season with Agatha Christie’s ‘The Mousetrap’

Wright State University Theatre’s production of Agatha Christie’s iconic murder mystery “The Mousetrap” runs in the Creative Arts Center’s Festival Playhouse from Sept. 23 to Oct. 2. Continue reading

Wright State alumnus, composer Steven Winteregg wins third place in American Prize competition

Steven Winteregg was honored for his composition “The City,” which was recorded by trumpet player Daniel Zehringer, chair of the Wright State School of Fine and Performing Arts. Continue reading

Wright State faculty members teaching at internationally renowned summer arts camp

Wright State School of Fine and Performing Arts faculty members Christopher Chaffee and Matthew Benjamin teach at the world-renowned Interlochen Arts Camp. Continue reading

Wright State alumni open ‘old-school’ sandwich shop in Dayton’s Fire Blocks

Wright State alumni Justin Simmons and Kathleen Roll opened Tony and Pete’s Grocery and Coldcuts in honor of their dads for whom the shop is named. Continue reading

Studying society cup by cup

Graduate student Bethany Lamb explores people and history through the study of ceramic cups

As a student in Wright State’s Master of Humanities Program, Bethany Lamb produced her own ceramic cups for an exhibition in the Stein Galleries. Continue reading

Wright State music grad wins position in prestigious Army band

William Kan, a Wright State music performance graduate, earned a position as a percussionist in the prestigious U.S. Army band Pershing’s Own. Continue reading