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Homecoming week on Wright State’s Dayton Campus

The annual chili cookoff, basketball games, the Alumni Achievement Awards and a Homecoming Dance will highlight Wright State University’s packed Homecoming week on the Dayton Campus Feb. 14–17. Continue reading

Helping those in need

Wright State MPA student makes an impact in the community in Dayton and Burundi

Angela Bingaya, a Master of Public Administration student at Wright State, helps people in need in Burundi and Dayton through her family’s nonprofit organization. Continue reading

Gandhi’s great-grandson visits Wright State, gives lecture on health disparities

Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, discussed health care disparities during the Earl H. Morris, M.D., Endowed Lecture at Wright State. Continue reading

Building the talent pipeline

To help boost the region’s workforce, Booz Allen Hamilton funds new scholarship for engineering and computer science students at Wright State

For Booz Allen Hamilton, Wright State has provided a much-needed pipeline of student interns who often join the company in full-time roles upon graduation. Continue reading

Wright State dance students to premiere new works at Emerging Choreographers Concert

Juniors and seniors in the Wright State Dance Ensemble will premiere new works during the Emerging Choreographers Concert 2024 Feb. 9–11 in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre presents Marina Carr’s Irish drama ‘By the Bog of Cats’ Feb. 2–11

Wright State University Theatre will present the area premiere of “By the Bog of Cats,” the Irish play loosely based on Euripides’ tragedy Medea, Feb. 2–11 in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Learn more about Wright State graduate programs at Feb. 8 open house

Students can learn how Wright State can help them build, enhance or change careers at the Graduate Programs Open House on Thursday, Feb. 8, in the Student Union Apollo Room from 4 to 6 p.m. Continue reading

Wright State researcher Madhavi Kadakia and co-investigators receive $3.026 million from NIH for head and neck cancer research

Madhavi Kadakia, vice provost for research and innovation at Wright State, received a federal grant to develop strategies to combat therapeutic resistance in head and neck cancer. Continue reading

Hot flash

Wright State acting alums Jane Hajduk and Shari Doran soar creatively in a new comedy series about menopause

Shari Doran and Jane Hajduk, who roomed together as acting students at Wright State in the 1980s, have created “Thee Third Act,” a new short-form comedy series about menopause and friendship available on YouTube. Continue reading

Wright State School of Music’s accreditation renewed

Wright State’s Music Program has gained reapproval by the National Association of Schools of Music, its national accrediting body. Continue reading