Coronavirus

A legacy of giving

Faculty and staff support Wright State students through the annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign

By making a gift during CSIC, faculty, staff and retirees can help Wright State students when they need it the most. Continue reading

Wright State will hold in-person commencement ceremonies this spring

The Dayton and Lake Campuses will hold multiple commencement ceremonies at the end of the Spring Semester, which concludes April 30. Continue reading

Wright State to issue $5.2M in federal funds to help eligible students during pandemic

Wright State will distribute more than $5.2 million in federal funds to 6,753 students who were enrolled in classes in the Spring 2021 Semester. Continue reading

Social workout

Campus Recreation will resume in-person group fitness classes and open the indoor climbing wall on March 8. Continue reading

Wright State’s M.B.A. program attracting students from afar, taking distance learning to whole new level

The COVID-19 pandemic is driving interest from out-of-area students in the M.B.A. program offered by the Raj Soin College of Business. Continue reading

Emerging Choreographers Concert will feature innovative works on video by Wright State dance majors

The concert will feature works created for video and presented in an evening-length film on YouTube from Feb. 26 to March 7. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre will premiere ‘KARENS,’ a social satire by Bruce Cromer

Wright State Theatre will premiere a video-only production of “KARENS: A Comedy of Very Bad Manners” on Feb. 26–28. Continue reading

Wright State testing wastewater to detect COVID-19 on campus

Sampling wastewater can help the university to catch infections early and prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 in the Wright State community. Continue reading

Wright State nursing students help administer COVID-19 vaccines in Greene County

Wright State nursing students administered hundreds of COVID-19 vaccinations during a clinic in Xenia. Continue reading

Creative thinking

Videos and infographics replace exams in classes taught by anthropologist Amelia Hubbard

A music video on evolutionary biology and an infographic on race were part of a novel approach to teaching and learning at Wright State during the pandemic. Continue reading