Community Service

Wright State Air Force ROTC cadets help remove debris, spruce up a Dayton neighborhood

About 100 Air Force ROTC cadets from Wright State University partnered with Rebuilding Together Dayton to clean up a Dayton neighborhood. Continue reading

Volunteer Fair at Wright State draws hundreds

Wright State students, faculty and staff learned about opportunities to give back to the community at the We Serve U Volunteer Fair on Sept. 19 in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Medical students organize Halloween charity 5K to benefit Reach Out

Bonnshoft School of Medicine White Hall

Proceeds from the 5K will enable Reach Out to expand its physical therapy department to better serve patients who suffer from mobility constraints and mobility-related injuries. Continue reading

Life changing

The Wright State men’s basketball team traveled to the Dominican Republic in early August to put shoes on the feet of children in need. Continue reading

Produce pickup

For the fifth straight year Wright State hosted the Dayton Foodbank’s distribution pickup for Greene County. Continue reading

College of Nursing and Health creates training program for nurses in Malawi

The Wholehearted Resources In Global Health Teamwork, or WRIGHT, project aims to share knowledge and skills with Kaseye Community Hospital health care workers to improve patient care. Continue reading

Wright State medical students serve as health coaches in community health fair

Students at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine will survey the health care needs of residents around Good Samaritan Hospital. Continue reading

Wright State’s Global Public Health Brigade returns to Nicaragua

Wright State students returned to Nicaragua to work on with infrastructure projects to improve living conditions. Continue reading

Happy campers

Third graders through eighth grade boys from around Raider Country laced up their sneakers to learn basketball skills and have some fun with Wright State basketball players and coaches. Continue reading

Medical student volunteers with ski patrol

Boonshoft School of Medicine student Brett Foster volunteers as a lead Outdoor Emergency Care Program technician at Mad River Mountain. Continue reading