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Student participation rising Campus Rec’s new, popular group fitness classes

Wright State’s Campus Recreation has added several new student instructors and new group fitness classes to help kick off the spring semester. Continue reading

Wright State receives almost $720K in Choose Ohio First scholarship funds for STEM students

Wright State provides Choose Ohio First scholarships to selected undergraduate students pursuing a STEM or computer science-related major. Continue reading

Fellowships abound for Boonshoft School of Medicine student

Adaku Ume, a student in the M.D./Ph.D. dual-degree program in biomedical sciences in the Boonshoft School of Medicine, has received several research fellowships. Continue reading

Onome Scott-Emuakpor discovered true passion at Wright State

Mechanical engineering graduate Onome Scott-Emuakpor seeks to push thresholds of advanced technology in aerospace systems as the founder of Hyphen Innovations. Continue reading

Digital Microelectronics Lab provides Wright State students with cybersecurity training space

Supported by the Air Force ADMETE grant, the Digital Microelectronics Lab provides a space where students can receive the hands-on training needed to work in the microchip and microelectronic fields. Continue reading

Wright State musical theatre, music students to join Dayton Philharmonic for ‘Evening of Sondheim’

“An Evening of Sondheim” will feature junior and senior musical theatre majors and a combined School of Fine and Performing Arts Chorale of more than 100 voices. Continue reading

A love for school

New Wright State graduate Kayla Patterson is pursuing her passion for education as an academic coach at Columbus Promise. Continue reading

Veteran and Military Center Champion Garden named in honor of late Wright State ROTC graduate

The Captain Shawn L. English Champion Garden will honor military veterans and those who support them. Continue reading

Paddling paradise

Wright State students kayak, sleep under stars in unique outdoor recreation experience

In December, seven Wright State students traveled to southwest Florida for a weeklong kayaking and camping trip to the Ten Thousand Islands. Continue reading

Lake Campus stresses importance of student research opportunities

When Josh Ricker, a psychology instructor at the Lake Campus, began to notice a lack of research opportunities for his students, he decided that something needed to be done. Continue reading