Acting alum, comedian Brad Sherwood shares stories, advice with Wright State students

1986 Wright State acting alum Brad Sherwood took a break from his national comedy tour to talk to students in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Picture-perfect Homecoming

The sights and sounds and the glitz and glamour of Wright State University’s Homecoming events transported students, faculty, staff and alumni all the way back to the roaring ’20s. Continue reading

Rural route

Wright State engineering Ph.D. student Morgan Highlander receives a prestigious NIH award

Morgan Highlander, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in engineering at Wright State, received a two-year National Institutes of Health diversity award to support her research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS. Continue reading

A rising star in city government

Wright State MPA graduate Amber Holloway was recently appointed city manager of West Carrollton

When Amber Holloway enrolled in the Master of Public Administration program at Wright State, she envisioned becoming a city manager. Continue reading

Drawing attention

Everyday objects, plants and animals spark Wright State fine arts alum Andrew Dailey’s unique graphite drawings

From giant tortoises to elephants to pigs stacked atop one another, creating original graphite drawings on gallery walls has become a feature of many of Andrew Dailey’s exhibitions. Continue reading

Homecoming week on Wright State’s Dayton Campus

The annual chili cookoff, basketball games, the Alumni Achievement Awards and a Homecoming Dance will highlight Wright State University’s packed Homecoming week on the Dayton Campus Feb. 14–17. Continue reading

Helping those in need

Wright State MPA student makes an impact in the community in Dayton and Burundi

Angela Bingaya, a Master of Public Administration student at Wright State, helps people in need in Burundi and Dayton through her family’s nonprofit organization. Continue reading

Hot flash

Wright State acting alums Jane Hajduk and Shari Doran soar creatively in a new comedy series about menopause

Shari Doran and Jane Hajduk, who roomed together as acting students at Wright State in the 1980s, have created “Thee Third Act,” a new short-form comedy series about menopause and friendship available on YouTube. Continue reading

Civics lesson

Trio of young Wright State alums working in politics to visit with students learning about the legislative process

Lee Hannah, professor of political science, invited three recent Wright State graduates to talk about their experiences in politics with students this semester. Continue reading

Official business

Wright State alumni, employees’ passion for athletics officiating is making history at every level

At least eight Wright State employees and about a dozen alumni currently officiate high school and college sports in the region. Continue reading