Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement

Wright State committees meticulously prepare for campus reopening

Long before Wright State announced plans to return to teaching for the fall semester, many administrators, faculty, staff and students had been working hard to make it happen. 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

Outstanding Collaborative Units

Student Concern Committee

Part of the series: President's Awards for Excellence 2019

The collaborative effort of so many professional staff has resulted in the retention and success of upwards of 100 students each year. Continue reading

Graduating African, African American students to be recognized virtually with Kente Stoles, certificates

After the annual Kente Stole ceremony was canceled, the Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center found an alternative means to honor graduating students. Continue reading

Wright State symposium to focus on intersectionality of race, gender, sex, class and disability

Part of Wright State’s commemoration of women’s suffrage, UpRising: The Symposium takes place on March 25 in the Millett Hall Atrium. Continue reading

Black History Month at Wright State

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will host a series of lectures to celebrate Black History Month. Continue reading

Yarn hugs

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

Year of the Rat

The Wright State University Office of Latinx, Asian and Native American Affairs hosted a celebration to welcome the 2020 Lunar New Year. Continue reading

Tribal matters

Wright State student Aaron Osborn works to grow Native American Student Association

Aaron Osborn, a social science education major, embraces his family roots through the Native American Student Association at Wright State. Continue reading

Tunnel of Oppression educates Wright State on power-based violence

The Tunnel of Oppression was an interactive, multimedia experience that explored the difficulties and triumphs of marginalized communities around the world. Continue reading