Wright State in the News

DDN: Wright State, Sinclair Community College renew partnership

Wright State University and Sinclair Community College recently renewed their partnership, making it much easier for students to transfer credits between the two institutions. Continue reading

DDN: Wright State grad uses love of history as lead brewer at Carillon

Lauro is lead brewer at the Carillon Brewing Co., a brewery and museum that provides a glimpse into 1850s-era Dayton and is the only U.S. brewery that replicates the historic brewing process. He is also a sought-after expert on the history of beer, recently recognized by the Smithsonian Institution as a field of study. Continue reading

DBJ: Wright State, Sinclair sign articulation agreements for 25 new degree pathways

Two of Dayton’s largest colleges are expanding their transfer agreement by launching dozens of new pathways for students to earn bachelor’s degrees Continue reading

DBJ: Meet the Wright State University alum headed to ABC’s ‘Shark Tank’

Schumacher, a Wright State alumnus and the cofounder and CEO of Uprising Food, will pitch his startup to potential investors Friday on the season premiere of “Shark Tank.” Continue reading

DDN: Wright State, Clark State renew partnership

Wright State University and Clark State Community College Friday renewed their partnership to provide a pathway for community college students to complete a bachelor’s degree program. Continue reading

DBJ: Premier Health, Wright State University ink academic affiliation deal

Excerpt Premier Health and Wright State University have signed a collaborative deal to develop clinical talent, conduct joint research, spur economic development and improve care quality. Announced Tuesday, the academic affiliation agreement frames Wright State and Premier’s relationship as “preferred … Continue reading

DBJ: Two-time Wright State graduate combines engineering with business in the construction industry

He lives in two different worlds using two different degrees — engineering and business. And the combination has Jacob Marino flourishing in the construction industry. Continue reading

Dayton.com: 5 reasons to see ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ at Wright State

Wright State University delivers an enjoyably amusing production of Ken Ludwig’s 1989 Tony Award-nominated farce “Lend Me a Tenor,” continuing through Sunday, Oct. 3 in the Festival Playhouse of the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

DBJ: This $2.4M federal award is accelerating medical research at Wright State

With a seven-figure federal grant in hand, Wright State University faculty are one step closer to discovering therapies that could help combat rare muscular diseases. Continue reading

Dayton.com: Food, flyovers and fun: Wright State’s Festival of Flight returns this weekend

Wright State University is preparing to celebrate the area’s rich aviation history Saturday, Sept. 25 with its second annual Festival of Flight. Continue reading