Community Service

Leading man

Wright State faculty member Scott Williams helps lead Junior Leadership Dayton

Scott Williams, professor of management, finds inspiration as co-facilitator of YMCA Junior Leadership Dayton. Continue reading

A shot of confidence

Wright State alumnus donates dozens of shoes to elementary school students

Wright State marketing graduate Matt Cline operates Just a Pair of Shoes, which provides new shoes to young students in need. Continue reading

Dancing for a cause

Wright State’s Raiderthon hosted a 12-hour dance marathon to raise money for sick children. Continue reading

Familiar dance

Miracle Makers to hold the ninth annual Raiderthon on April 9

Returning to its successful pre-COVID format, Raiderthon will feature an in-person, 12-hour dance marathon to raise money for sick kids on April 9. Continue reading

Cozy comfort

Fleece blankets for sick and traumatized children were cut and tied by Wright State University students and employees in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Never forgotten

Wright State Army ROTC cadets clean headstones at the Dayton National Cemetery

Beautifying the Dayton National Cemetery teaches Wright State Army ROTC that community service is an important part of being an officer and leader. Continue reading

Taking one for the team

Laughter could be heard throughout the Student Union as whipped cream pies were smashed in the faces of Wright State University administrators, faculty, staff and students. Continue reading

The spirit of giving and competition shining

The Raider Food Pantry at Wright State is hosting a food drive competition throughout March. Continue reading

Cozy kids

Wright State police officers donated dozens of hats, scarfs and mittens to help children at Mini University stay warm this winter. Continue reading

Bear hugs

Wright State marketing student Callista Hess is the driving force behind Bears4Children’s

Wright State marketing major Callista Hess and her family run an organization that delivers personalized teddy bears to sick children. Continue reading