People of Wright State

Getting involved

Passion for law drives nontraditional student leader at Wright State

Stephanie Buettner, a political science major at Wright State, is president of the Student Government Association, an intern with Student Legal Services and president of her sorority. Continue reading

Making his mark

Wright State alum John Quillen is thriving in the architecture, engineering and construction industry

Through his professional engineering, design and consulting firm, Wright State electrical engineering alum John Quillen works on projects that touch the lives of thousands of people every day. Continue reading

Multiplicity

Elementary education major Kristina White leads in the classroom and on campus across multiple roles

Wright State junior Kristina White thrives as a leader for student organizations and in the College of Health, Education and Human Services. Continue reading

Super-human resources

Kayla Metz is thriving as a student-leader in Wright State’s Raj Soin College of Business

Kayla Metz’s passion for helping others inspired her to pursue a degree in human resource management at Wright State. Continue reading

Designed delivery

Wright State student-athlete Alex Drsek takes full advantage of her opportunities in college

Whether it’s in the classroom or at the bowling alley, Wright State grad student Alex Drsek aims to be the best. Continue reading

Switch hitter

From sports medicine to fire and rescue, Wright State student’s career path changed for the better

Ryan Clark was inspired to pursue a career in emergency medical services after connecting with the Fairborn Fire Department during a course at Wright State. Continue reading

Acting alum, comedian Brad Sherwood shares stories, advice with Wright State students

1986 Wright State acting alum Brad Sherwood took a break from his national comedy tour to talk to students in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Rural route

Wright State engineering Ph.D. student Morgan Highlander receives a prestigious NIH award

Morgan Highlander, who is pursuing a Ph.D. in engineering at Wright State, received a two-year National Institutes of Health diversity award to support her research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or ALS. Continue reading

A rising star in city government

Wright State MPA graduate Amber Holloway was recently appointed city manager of West Carrollton

When Amber Holloway enrolled in the Master of Public Administration program at Wright State, she envisioned becoming a city manager. Continue reading

Drawing attention

Everyday objects, plants and animals spark Wright State fine arts alum Andrew Dailey’s unique graphite drawings

From giant tortoises to elephants to pigs stacked atop one another, creating original graphite drawings on gallery walls has become a feature of many of Andrew Dailey’s exhibitions. Continue reading