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Raider Rigs

Students with disabilities at Wright State can now explore campus and surrounding outdoor areas with new off-road, electric, accessible quad bikes. Continue reading

All are welcome at Wright State’s Raidersgiving holiday meal

The Raidersgiving meal will be served Wednesday, Nov. 23, from noon to 2 p.m. in the Student Union Apollo Room. Continue reading

Laying the groundwork

It takes a team of four, without breaks, two and half hours to completely construct the 15 rows of wood flooring for the men’s and women’s basketball court. Continue reading

STEMM Experience at Wright State to feature hands-on research activities for high school students

High school students can explore Wright State’s labs and maker spaces and learn more about STEMM fields on Nov. 19. Continue reading

International intrigue

Wright State’s International Education Week featured a flurry of activities and programming including the popular Study Abroad Fair and a Fashion Show. Continue reading

Wright State partners with SOCHE on degree completion program

Through the BOLD Compact, students can have student debt forgiven, return to college, complete their program of study and earn a bachelor’s degree. Continue reading

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Andrea Elliott to give lecture at Wright State on Nov. 14

Andrea Elliott, a journalist and two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, will give a lecture on her book “Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival and Hope in an American City.” Continue reading

Engineering precision

Matt Specht, a senior industrial and systems engineering major, learned that small changes can have a significant impact on large-scale manufacturing during an internship with Honda. Continue reading

Michal Kraszpulski honored with Wright State’s 2022 International Education Award

Michal Kraszpulski, a lecturer of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology and psychology, will be recognized for his work with the Ambassador and Collaborative Online International Learning programs. Continue reading

Match makers

Wright State University students and alumni were able to connect with potential employers during in-person and virtual Fall Career Fairs. Continue reading