Military & Veterans

F is for flag

ROTC cadets from Wright State University visited Mini University to teach preschool and pre-kindergarten children about the American flag. Continue reading

News value

Army ROTC cadet Tyler Scott gets a taste of working in the media

Tyler Scott, majors in history and minors in computer science, is an Army ROTC cadet and plans to serve as an officer in the U.S. Army after he graduates from Wright State. Continue reading

Navigation sensation

Wright State grad student Cassandra Clouse shines at a national military conference with her virtual reality research

Cassandra Clouse, who pursuing a Ph.D. in engineering at Wright State, studies how virtual reality environments can help people with PTSD. Continue reading

Java for GI’s

Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center collecting coffee for area veterans

Coffee donations can be dropped off at the Veteran and Military Center through Dec. 12. Continue reading

A night of champions

Wright State University’s fifth annual Champions Ball attracted veteran students, community members and guests for a night of food, camaraderie and dancing. Continue reading

Veterans Voices project expands with new documentary film

“Veterans Voices: Lives and Stories” will premiere on Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at the Neon in downtown Dayton. Continue reading

Employer Speaker Series to kick off with Wright-Patterson contract specialist jobs

The Employer Speaker Series organized by Wright State’s Career Services will introduce students to job and internship opportunities. Continue reading

Battle tested

Wright State grad student Loghan Young turns military experience into college success

Loghan Young, a Master of Public Administration student, helps fellow veterans succeed as a graduate assistant in the Veteran and Military Center. Continue reading

Plenty for sports fans to cheer about during Festival of Flight Oct. 5

Festival of Flight will feature Wright State Division I soccer, volleyball and softball teams, club football, the USA Patriots Amputee Softball Team and a vintage baseball game. Continue reading

Wright State Applied Research Corporation chosen to lead APEX, a $49M U.S. Air Force science and technology initiative

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Wright State will play a key role employing advanced machine learning and data science to identify scientists and scientific communities around the country whose work can be developed for Air Force use. Continue reading