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Fall class notes

Meet three outstanding alumni who are featured in the fall 2021 issue of the Wright State University Magazine. Continue reading

Wright State’s Homecoming Week features full schedule of on-campus activities

The annual bonfire and chili cookoff, trivia contest, Alumni Awards and Wright Day to Give highlight Wright State’s packed Homecoming Week Sept. 27 to Oct. 2. Continue reading

Where are they now? Model U.N.

Former Model U.N. members reflect on their experience and how it shaped who they are today

We tracked down former members of one of Wright State’s most prestigious and award-winning legacies to reflect on their experience and how it has shaped who they are today.
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From the Stacks: 150 years of Paul Laurence Dunbar

The University Libraries will host several events into 2022 to celebrate 150 years of the life and work of poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. Continue reading

A student club of the future

As the popularity of online gaming has exploded, so has Wright State’s Esports student organization. With more than 100 members, they’re not here to just play around. Continue reading

Zero hour

Tazeen Ahmed ’14, ’17 fights the stigma of mental health

Tazeen Ahmed found her true passion in suicide prevention after working for the health departments of both Warren and Montgomery counties. Continue reading

Where do we go from here?

Wright State experts ponder the future as world emerges from COVID restrictions

Wright State experts predict what business, health, education, and entertainment landscapes will look like as a result of the coronavirus pandemic 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

All the fixings

A passion for tinkering and fixing things led Bernadette West to pursue a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at Wright State. Continue reading

Rich blend

Neuroscience and political science alumna Abagail Chumley is completing a fellowship with the Ohio Legislative Service Commission

After completing her studies in neuroscience, Abagail Chumley decided to explore a completely different world — political science and government. Continue reading