Wright State in the News

Marketing professor quoted in U. S. News dynamic pricing article

What Is Dynamic Pricing, and Why Has It Made Everything So Expensive?

“Dynamic pricing is really tricky because when people find out they’re being charged more than someone else, they understandably get upset,” says John Dinsmore, a marketing professor at… Continue reading

Dayton.com: ‘Wakanda Forever’ features work of Wright State alumna, production designer Hannah Beachler

Production designer Hannah Beachler, a Centerville High School and Wright State University graduate, is very fond of her Oscar-winning contributions to the 2018 blockbuster “Black Panther” but is equally proud of the creativity and teamwork behind the film’s highly anticipated sequel “Wakanda Forever.” Continue reading

DBJ: Military vet uses Wright State business education in his leadership role with Sinise Foundation

As a full-time military officer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Mike Thirtle had little free time to take night classes at Wright State University. But he made time. Continue reading

Wright State associate professor of political science quoted in The Guardian

Democrat Tim Ryan is running against his own party – it could help him win

“Tim Ryan has been a really strong candidate,” said Lee Hannah, a professor of political science at Wright State University, named after the Wright brothers who invented the first airplane in their Dayton bicycle shop. Continue reading

DBJ: Wright State to create new program and scholarships with $3.6M donation

Wright State University is set to receive a multimillion-dollar gift from a leading provider of automobile dealership software, services and forms to launch a new program and provide scholarships, supporting a host of students pursuing a path in business. Continue reading

DDN: Reynolds and Reynolds to donate $3.6M to Wright State

Reynolds and Reynolds Company and its foundation will donate $3 million to launch an Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans at Wright State University and an additional $600,000 to create $5,000 scholarships for business students. Continue reading

DDN: Wright State wins award for helping send low-income students abroad

Wright State University was recognized for participating in a study abroad program, taking first place in the medium sized universities category. Continue reading

Washington Post: Political scientist Lee Hannah explains why the real action over legalizing marijuana remains in the states

In an article in the Washington Post, Lee Hannah, Ph.D., associate professor of political science at Wright State University, examines President Biden’s announcement last week that he will use his pardon power to grant clemency to people convicted of federal … Continue reading

DDN: Wright State to work with school districts on pandemic learning loss

Wright State University will work with four area school districts on high-dosage tutoring, helping at-risk students catch up on learning they lost during the pandemic. Continue reading

Yahoo News: State grant issued to Wright State to address pandemic learning disruptions

Excerpt Wright State University received an Ohio Department of Education grant to address the learning disruptions that local students experienced in mathematics and literacy due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a news release. ODE identified that the impact the … Continue reading