Coronavirus

Remote control

How Wright State faculty, staff, and students have adjusted to remote delivery of classes

After CaTS and CTL created a roadmap for online learning, faculty members used their creative instincts to continue offering students a quality education remotely. Continue reading

Healthy volunteers needed for Air Force COVID-19 antibodies research

Wright State researchers have partnered with the Air Force Research Laboratory on a pilot study aimed at validating industry testing kits. Continue reading

Wright State to hold virtual commencement ceremony for spring graduates on Oct. 24

Wright State will hold a virtual commencement ceremony on Oct. 24 to celebrate Dayton Campus spring 2020 graduates and Lake Campus summer 2019 through spring 2020 graduates. Continue reading

Pumped up

The Fitness Center in Wright State University’s Student Union has reopened for Fall Semester. Campus Recreation plans to reopen the pool on Sept. 14. Continue reading

Mask up

Wright State University has distributed over 10,000 face coverings to students, faculty and staff since Fall Semester began. Continue reading

Wright State launches COVID-19 Dashboard, reports first positive COVID-19 cases

Wright State University announced the university has its first positive COVID-19 cases of the 2020–21 academic year. Four students and one employee, all from the Dayton Campus, have self-reported that they have tested positive for COVID-19. Continue reading

State of the art

Wright State fine art alumna Dana L. Wiley navigates her gallery through the coronavirus

Dana L. Wiley has developed creative solutions to keep her art gallery operating through the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading

Dunbar Library reopens for Fall Semester

University Library staff members are ready to assist students, faculty, staff and community users with individual study, materials retrieval, computing and research. Continue reading

In good hands

Genessa Merritt, director of Student Health Services, would like students and parents to know that the staff has students’ health and safety foremost in mind. Continue reading

Welcome back

More than 1,260 new and returning students will move into 29 residence halls and on-campus apartments during Operation Move-In Aug. 20-23. Continue reading