Offices

Dawne Dewey looks back on her career in Wright State’s Special Collections and Archives

A lot has changed during Dawne Dewey’s three decades with Wright State University’s Special Collections and Archives. Continue reading

Food for thought

Wright State engineering alumnus Joe Bozeman makes his mark with environmental and sociological research

Wright State University engineering alumnus Joe Bozeman studies the environmental impact of food consumption along racial lines. Continue reading

Beauty brigade

Seven buildings and grounds crew members at Wright State’s Lake Campus have been keeping the campus safe and clean. Continue reading

Military minded

Wright State alum Anthony Heiland played key role in the creation of the Veteran and Military Center

Anthony Heiland, an Army veteran and Wright State business grad, organized the effort to provide a space on campus for veteran and military-connected students. Continue reading

Bolinga, Sociology, Anthropology issue statement of solidarity for protests against systemic racism

The statement expresses solidarity and support for international protests against disenfranchisement, systemic racism and evaluation and promotion of civic-minded law enforcement reform. Continue reading

Two international students at Wright State receive emergency COVID-19 grant money

UCIE is working with international students at Wright State to find ways to accommodate their unique needs, including providing small funds from donations. Continue reading

Paying tribute

Marc Porter ’77, ’80 creates a scholarship to honor the late Wright State professor Gordon Skinner

The Gordon B. Skinner Scholarship Fund will support the full cost of tuition for a student enrolled in the College of Science and Mathematics and majoring in chemistry. Continue reading

Campus housing plans additional robust training this year in anti-racism and social justice

Residence Life and Housing professional staff and resident advisors who populate the dorms will participate in extra training in anti-racism and social justice this year. Continue reading

Opportunity knocks

Area companies continue to hire Wright State students and recent graduates for internships and full-time jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic

Students and alumni are encouraged to utilize Wright State Career Services and the many important tools they provide to assist with job searching. Continue reading

Meal plan

2017 Wright State grad William Foster prepares and delivers free meals to people affected by the coronavirus

William Foster, who earned a bachelor’s degree in sports science from Wright State, has provided more than 2,000 meals to people in need. Continue reading