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Top-seeded Wright State will host 2024 Horizon League baseball tournament after capturing regular season title

No. 1 seed Wright State will play its first game in the Horizon League baseball tournament on May 23 at 11 a.m. at Nischwitz Stadium. Continue reading

Amy Salazar named vice president for student success at Wright State

Before joining Wright State University, Amy Salazar served as associate vice provost for student success at Sam Houston State University. Continue reading

Fortune ranks Wright State’s online MBA program among the best

The Wright State Raj Soin College of Business has been selected by Fortune magazine as one of its Best Online MBA Programs for 2024. Continue reading

Wright State to host job and resources fair for veterans and their families

Veterans, military-connected individuals and their family members can connect with local employers and resource organizations at Vets Moving Forward on May 22 at Wright State. Continue reading

Studying abroad gives Wright State students impactful learning, growth opportunities

About 140 Wright State University students are traveling to eight foreign countries for 10 to 30 days of learning and personal growth during faculty-led study abroad programs this summer. Continue reading

Wright State introduces seven new or restructured undergraduate degrees

Students can now prepare for careers in engineering technology, environmental studies, health sciences, exercise science and agriculture through seven new or restructured degrees offered at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State ranked among top universities worldwide for second consecutive year

Wright State University was ranked in the top 6.4% out of 20,966 universities worldwide by the Center for World University Rankings. Continue reading

Wright State to host march honoring military personnel and first responders

Wright State community members are invited to welcome Carry the Load walkers with a clap-in at 8 a.m. on May 16 at the Captain Sean L. English Champion Garden on the Dayton Campus. Continue reading

A chance to shine

Wright State hosts hundreds of young musicians showcasing diversity in music composition

The Wright State School of Fine and Performing Arts welcomed concert bands, string orchestras and choir ensembles from 15 Ohio high schools and middle schools at the Silver Melted Into Sound festival. Continue reading

Warm greeting

Katie Able excels after transferring to Wright State's Lake Campus

Katie Able, a middle childhood education major, has enjoyed her transfer experience at Wright State’s Lake Campus. Continue reading