Inclusive Excellence

Taste of salsa

Wright State students try Latin dancing during monthlong dance sessions

The Amigos Latinos Student Association at Wright State University has been hosting weekly salsa classes. Continue reading

Award-winning author, journalist to give talk as part of Wright State’s Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration

Putsata Reang will discuss the experiences shared in her memoir, “Ma and Me,” on April 4 at 5:30 p.m. in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Ten honored as inaugural Women of Wright State cohort

The first Women of Wright State cohort was honored for supporting the Women’s Center and women at Wright State and beyond. Continue reading

Indian political theorist, Oxford honorary fellow to give Piediscalzi Lecture at Wright State

Rajeev Bhargava, director of the Parekh Institute of Indian Thought at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, will lecture on “Indian Secularism and the Ambivalence of Religion” on March 11 at Wright State. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine accepting applications for Horizons in Medicine through May 10

Offered by Wright State’s Boonshoft School of Medicine, the Horizons in Medicine program helps local high school students begin to prepare for careers in science and health care. Continue reading

Champion for commuters

Wright State photography major Selvin Bacon-Velasquez advocates for commuter students through the Commuter Student Association and the Student Government. Continue reading

Let freedom ring

Wright State students, employees celebrate legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

About 60 Wright State students and employees participated in a campus freedom march and a public reading celebrating the life and words of Martin Luther King Jr. Continue reading

Wright State students, employees to celebrate the life, legacy and contributions of Martin Luther King Jr.

Photo of Dr. Martin Luther King

A campus freedom march and a public reading will highlight Wright State University’s 2024 celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Continue reading

Empowered ally

Asian and Native American Center assistant director honored with REACH Indigenous Advocacy award

Nicolyn Woodcock was recognized for supporting the Indigenous student community at Wright State and collaborating with community members in the Greater Dayton Region and beyond. Continue reading

Thinking globally, working locally

Wright State international studies graduate helps those in need locally

Wright State graduate Adama Diakhate helps the underserved and works to revitalize neighborhoods as a community engagement specialist for the City of Dayton. Continue reading