Disability Services

Tom Webb appointed to Ohio Statewide Independent Living Council

Tom Webb received a three-year appointment on the Statewide Independent Living Council, which promotes the full access and independence of people with disabilities. Continue reading

The disabled parenting dilemma

Kara Ayers, Ph.D., ’04 has been on the leading edge of the lightly researched topic of struggles faced by parents with disabilities

Kara Ayers is actively involved in disability policy through her work at the University of Cincinnati University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Continue reading

Disability studies expert Jay T. Dolmage to speak on Academic Ableism at virtual Wright State workshop

Part of Wright State’s Inclusive Excellence series, the workshop will be held on Webex on April 7–8. Continue reading

Wright State receives grant from Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation for adaptive outdoor recreation

Wright State’s Office of Disability Services will purchase four off-road, electric, accessible quad bikes for the campus community. Continue reading

Magazine ranks Wright State No. 3 in the nation for its wheelchair-friendly features

New Mobility magazine and the United Spinal Association ranked Wright State University No. 3 in the nation for its wheelchair-friendly features and accessibility. Continue reading

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

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

12 projects selected for the second year of Students First funding

The 12 projects selected for funding will have far-reaching impacts on both the Dayton and Lake campuses. 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

Tower power

Social work major Rebekah Wyse calls study abroad trip to France experience of a lifetime

Rebekah Wyse decided to major in social work at Wright State so she could help others. Continue reading

Upwardly mobile

Graduating student Hunter Whitt applauds Wright State’s support of students with disabilities

Hunter Whitt will graduate from Wright State in December with a bachelor’s degree in communications, a minor in health communications and aspirations of becoming a school counselor. Continue reading