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Chamber String Orchestra will present its first concert of Fall Semester

The Wright State University Chamber String Orchestra will present a special performance on Oct. 6 at 3:30 p.m. in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine to begin Rural Family Medicine Residency Program

The residency program will train family medicine physicians who will go on to establish their medical practice in rural Ohio. Continue reading

Online inclusive excellence forum planned for Oct. 12

Wright State students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in an online forum on inclusive excellence and racial inequality on campus, in the region and nationally. Continue reading

Wright State professor Ahsan Mian elected Fellow by American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Ahsan Mian, associate professor of mechanical and materials engineering, was recognized for his significant contributions in applied mechanics and electronic packaging materials. Continue reading

Electric energy

Wright State research team receives a $500,000 federal grant to accelerate manufacturing of thermoelectric materials

Joy Gockel, assistant professor of mechanical and materials engineering, and Tanvi Banerjee, associate professor of computer science, received a research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Continue reading

Call to action

Wright State students and alumni support scholarships to promote equity and inclusion

Wright State’s George Floyd Memorial Scholarship and Retain the 9 Scholarship help support students from underrepresented populations. Continue reading

In Raiders we trust

The Wright State Alumni Association announces the 2020 Alumni Achievement Award winners

This year’s honorees are Steven Bognar ’86; Steven Adams, ’87, ’89; Joey Monda ’12; Carol Graff; and James Helton ’04. Continue reading

Alumni notes

Three outstanding alumni featured in the fall 2020 Wright State University Magazine. Continue reading

On the right path

Jill Kingston ’01 opens nonprofit to care for babies exposed to addictive substances

After fostering two babies born exposed to addictive substances, Wright State grad Jill Kingston realized there had to be a better way to care for these children and their families. Continue reading

A hell of a ration

Donald McKinney Wallace, WWI, and the Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918

When Donald McKinney Wallace enlisted in the U.S. Army in August 1918, he did not expect to spend most of his term of service in the hospital quarantined in his barracks with the Spanish flu. Continue reading