Study Abroad

Fair is fair

Wright State hosted fairs to help students find opportunities to get involved on campus and study abroad

Wright State University hosted two simultaneous fairs for students on Jan. 17. Continue reading

Finding a sense of purpose

Kaycie Bolin soared to new heights as a nontraditional student at Wright State

2023 alumna Kaycie Bolin found a sense of purpose and fulfillment while studying French and English at Wright State. Continue reading

Grant enables Wright State students to get their passport, study abroad

First-year Wright State students received grants from the University Center for International Education to obtain passports so they can travel internationally. Continue reading

Student guardian

Alexis Lewis, a dual English and French major, leads the Wright State Guardian

Under the leadership of editor-in-chief, Alexis Lewis, the Wright State Guardian publishes new content daily and the Nexus Literary Journal and Flight Magazine. Continue reading

International Education Week celebrates a world of culture at Wright State

Wright State will celebrate International Education Week, Oct. 30 to Nov. 3, with a series of events, talks, celebrations and a special recognition of Michelle Cipriano, senior lecturer of Spanish. Continue reading

‘Black Gold’

Photographs by Wright State nursing alum, Gilman scholar featured exhibition on Dayton Campus

A photography exhibition by Wright State alumnus Cameron Peagler features Black creators and entrepreneurs living and working in Japan. Continue reading

2022–23 Frederick A. White Distinguished Professor of Professional Service

Wakiuru Wamwara

Part of the series: Faculty Awards for Excellence 2022–2023

Wakiuru Wamwara, professor of marketing, has championed the expansion of global awareness and international understanding at Wright State University and beyond. Continue reading

Wright State students go to Italy

The Wright State art history and photography programs partnered for an unforgettable experience for students studying abroad. Continue reading

Four Wright State students receive State Department scholarships to study abroad

Wright State students who received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships will study in Spain, Japan, Uruguay and France. Continue reading

Grant will help Wright State students obtain U.S. passports

The University Center for International Education is assisting first-year, Pell-eligible Wright State students to obtain a U.S. passport to facilitate international experiences as part of their post-secondary education. Continue reading