Libraries

Game Night draws a crowd at Dunbar Library

More than 200 students and others attended the annual Game Night, hosted by Wright State University’s Dunbar Library. Continue reading

Unforgettable

Wright State Special Collections and Archives boast materials on Neil Armstrong’s historic moonwalk

To commemorate the 50th university of the first moon landing, Wright State’s Special Collections and Archives gathered materials related to the Apollo 11 mission from its collections. Continue reading

Traffic pattern

Dunbar Library installs four stationary bike desks for studying

Students can stay physically active while studying by using new FitDesk bikes in Dunbar Library. Continue reading

Wright State librarian Andrew Harris leads Ohio archivist organization

Andrew Harris, digital initiatives librarian at Wright State University, was elected president of the Society of Ohio Archivists. Continue reading

Wright State Libraries honor 7 graduating seniors as Top Scholars

The Top Scholars are awarded a book in their subject area that becomes a permanent part of the University Libraries’ collection. Continue reading

Strolling down memory lane

Retired Wright State professor Gary Barlow helps preserve the university’s priceless history with his gift to the Archives Center

In appreciation of his gift to the Discover Your Story campaign, one of the rooms in the Archives Center will be named the Dr. Gary Barlow Conference Room. Continue reading

Quiet study and group rooms now available in Dunbar Library

Users can reserve private study rooms available to individuals and groups in two-hour time blocks during Dunbar Library’s regular hours. Continue reading

Happy tails

A dozen furry guests visited Wright State University’s Dunbar Library Dec. 11 for Fuzz Therapy. Continue reading

Saving our history

Linda Black-Kurek ’78 fulfills her passion for the Dayton community and her alma mater by supporting the new Wright State University Archives Center

The exhibit gallery in the future Archives Center will be named the Linda Black-Kurek Family Foundation Exhibit Gallery where rotating exhibitions will showcase the depth of the collections. Continue reading