Wright State in the News

DDN: Tony-winning Wright State grad a double nominee in 2020

Tony Award-winning 2012 Wright State University musical theater graduate Joey Monda of Sing Out, Louise! Productions is a double nominee for producing Best Play contenders “The Inheritance” (11 nominations) and “Slave Play” (12 nominations, the most ever for a play). Continue reading

DBJ: Wright State wins $30M Air Force contract to develop cybersecurity workforce

Wright State University won an Air Force contract titled “Assured Digital Microelectronics Education & Training Ecosystem” (ADMETE). The deal is worth over $29.75 million for three years, with $9 million released in the first year. Continue reading

DDN: Pact sets stage for new Wright State-WPAFB research

A recent agreement between Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Wright State University is setting the stage for what participants hope will be fruitful joint research work. Continue reading

DDN: Wright State-led team wins $30M ‘cyber workforce’ contract

Leading a team of six Ohio academic institutions, Wright State University has won an Air Force contract for nearly $30 million to train undergraduates to develop and design microelectrectronic devices. Continue reading

DDN guest column: Wright State’s Sean Wilson

IDEAS: “Trump’s only mode of public communication is ‘selling,’ not debating”

It’s difficult for a political scientist to critique the debates so far. You don’t need to say anything more than what my mother said to me: she was revolted. But people like me are cursed with seeing beyond the obvious. Continue reading

DDN: There’s a shortage of local rural doctors. Wright State program aims to help.

A Greenville residency program for new doctors is aimed at getting more family medicine practitioners to set up practice in rural areas. Continue reading

Wright State political science professor writes guest column for DDN

IDEAS: Debates will inflict shock, but they won’t change the ‘menu’

In presidential elections people tend to focus upon image and loyalties, not what political scientists call “the policy state.” But make no mistake about it, this year, major policy shift is on the menu. Continue reading

DBJ: Wright State lands federal award to support advanced manufacturing

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, awarded $120,000 to Wright State University… Continue reading

DDN: Oscar-winning ‘American Factory’ directors Reichert, Bognar win Emmy

Academy Award-winning filmmakers Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert of Yellow Springs won the Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program for their acclaimed Netflix documentary “American Factory” Continue reading

DDN: Wright State faculty work to strengthen online courses for fall semester

Better online courses and more online offerings will greet Wright State University students this fall semester thanks to the faculty’s strong response to training and their creative approaches to remote teaching… Continue reading