Giving

ArtsGala silent auction features stunning artwork by Wright State students

The ArtsGala silent auction offers exclusive travel and vacation packages, luxury gift baskets, fine dining certificates, top-quality wine and cigars, entertainment packages and artwork. Continue reading

Scholarships generated by Wright State’s ArtsGala critical for fine and performing arts students

Now in its 23rd year, ArtsGala has raised over $3.5 million in scholarship support for students in the fine and performing arts. Continue reading

Wright State offering virtual student exchange courses with Kenya, Tanzania and Poland

The program will include a virtual global health course, a drug and behavior course, and an international business and marketing course. Continue reading

Join the crew  

Faculty and staff can help Wright State students take flight during the annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign

During this year’s CSIC, which runs from March 21 to April 22, Wright State faculty and staff are invited to join the Flight Crew. Continue reading

ArtsGala returns

Wright State University fundraiser supports scholarships for students in the fine and performing arts

ArtsGala 2022 will feature more than 450 student performers in 13 unique performances. Continue reading

Data driven

Graduate engineering student and data intern Kaitlyn Ellison was awarded the prestigious Cacioppo Scholarship

Interning with a defense contractor, graduate industrial and human factors engineering student Kaitlyn Ellison digs up elusive data and makes it understandable. Continue reading

Getting down to business

Alumna Andrea Kunk supports Wright State while steering a high-tech, 500-plus employee company

Wright State University has a friend in two-time graduate Andrea Kunk. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation accepting applications for Students First Fund grants

Program supports student success initiatives at the Dayton and Lake Campuses

All Wright State students, faculty and staff with a creative concept to promote student success are welcome to apply for a Students First Fund grant. Continue reading

Expanding opportunities

Harry Khamis, professor emeritus and former director of the Statistical Consulting Center, hopes his estate gift will help recruit more diverse students to the field of statistics

Retired Wright State faculty member Harry Khamis made a bequest in his estate to establish an endowed fund to support the Statistical Consulting Center and students studying statistics. Continue reading

Paying it forward

Wright State graduate Bill Miller ’75 gives back to his alma mater through his generous support of the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Inspiring the next generation of engineers has influenced Wright State graduate Bill Miller to include the College of Engineering and Computer Science in his estate. Continue reading