Wright State installs exhibit on history of women and voting as presidential debate approaches

The Wright State Women’s Center created an exhibit that recognizes the historical struggle of women to win the right to vote and brings attention to the power of women in this election. Continue reading

Immigration, foreign affairs likely focus of Wright State’s international students as presidential debate approaches

Wright State’s University Center for International Education plan to hold numerous presidential debate-related events, including panel discussions on the platforms of the political parties and the U.S. election process. Continue reading

Presidential debate offers golden opportunity for Dayton to shine, says Wright State president

Wright State President David R. Hopkins calls the presidential debate an unprecedented moment in history for the Dayton region. Continue reading

Presidential candidates at Wright State debate may get glimpse into future of higher education

Lee Hannah, assistant political science professor, says Wright State is a crystal ball into the future of higher education — a critical issue for presidential candidates. Continue reading

Wright State’s political science classes brimming with interested students as debate approaches

Political science instructor Paul Leonard says students are more interested in politics because they have a greater understanding of the influence government and politics play on careers they pursue. Continue reading

Wright State class to use social media to measure candidates’ performances during presidential debate

Communication class will monitor how the public discusses the presidential debate at Wright State on Sept. 26 on Twitter. Continue reading

Generation Z students may play major role in presidential election

Research by Wright State assistant professor Corey Seemiller finds members of Generation Z have surprising solidarity in views on education, employment, personal freedoms and military intervention. Continue reading

Wright State officials brief community leaders on presidential debate preparations

Wright State, the region and the state have a golden opportunity to shine when the university hosts the first presidential debate in September, says President David R. Hopkins. Continue reading

Wright State preparing to host first presidential debate

Donna Schlagheck, retired chair of political science, provides insight on how the presidential debate will impact Wright State’s curriculum. Continue reading