Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement

The next chapter

Wright State celebrated graduating Black and African American students during the Spring 2022 Kente Stole Celebration. Continue reading

Wright State women leaders honored for promoting gender equity

The Wright State Women’s Center honored Debra Radford, Kathy Engisch and Lynn Hartzler with Gender Equity Awards. Continue reading

‘Undesign the Redline’ exhibits highlight Black History Month at Wright State University

“Undesign the Redline” is on display on the second floor of Dunbar Library during February. Continue reading

Peer Mentoring Programs help new students navigate and succeed at Wright State

Peer Mentoring Programs connect students with a peer coach who is trained on Wright State resources and knows when to connect students to a success coach, advisor or student advocate. Continue reading

2022 MLK Week to feature address by Pastor Renard Allen and other events

MLK Week at Wright State will also include an art event and a talk on King’s legacy of organizing for racial and other forms of justice. Continue reading

Knit knack

Free scarves, hats and other winter accessories were provided to Wright State students at the sixth annual Scarf Frenzy. Continue reading

Solo exhibition by photographer Kris Graves on display at Stein Galleries

Kris Graves’ exhibition, titled “Truth and Ruin,” will be on display from Oct. 18 to Dec. 3 in the Stein Galleries, 160 Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Colorful conversation

Wright State University celebrated Juneteenth with a special art activity designed to inspire a dialogue about Black freedom in the United States. Continue reading

Wright State will celebrate Juneteenth with Black Freedom through my Eyes on June 16

Wright State will celebrate Juneteenth with a special art activity designed to inspire a dialogue about Black freedom in the United States on June 16. Continue reading

Bolinga Center to host virtual discussion on justice and equity on May 27

Beyond the Verdict: Where Do We Go from Here? will discuss the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin and how we as a society achieve more than a guilty verdict. Continue reading