New $1M coffee shops latest in Wright State-ReyRey partnership
The latest series of renovations at Wright State University highlight its continuing relationship with Reynolds and Reynolds. Wright State is cutting the ribbon on a coffee shop several months ahead of breaking ground on a second, thanks to hundreds of … Continue reading
CSIC to Rise. Shine. with kickoff celebration Feb. 26
Faculty, staff and retirees can donate to 1,600 scholarships and programs during the annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign “RISE. You Make Us SHINE.” Continue reading
Sensing victory
After participating in the Wright STEPP program and earning two biomedical engineering degrees at Wright State, Adrienne Bolds-Ephrem is flying high with an Air Force sensors unit. Continue reading
Mentoring program for women faculty in STEMMS expands
Mentoring program for women faculty in STEMMS disciplines enjoys exponential growth in the past year. Continue reading
Meet the Student: Josie Cheatham
Excerpt Q&A with Wright State University student Josie Cheatham Major: Biomedical Engineering. Year: Freshman. Hometown: Maineville. Q. What were the top three things you were looking for in a school? A. The top three things I was considering when looking … Continue reading
Video: Ian Kallay talks about his latest adventure
Wright State graduate student Ian Kallay talks about cycling from the Dayton Campus to San Francisco to help end human trafficking on “Living Dayton” on WDTN. Watch the interview.
Wright State stages Science Olympiad Invitational
Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament attracts 1,500 students from 11 states to Wright State to compete in complex hands-on challenges and lab events. Continue reading
Wright State engineering students reach for the skies
Wright State engineering students are building a lightweight aircraft they hope will soar above the rest at an international competition in April in California. Continue reading
Wright State student honored for his liberation efforts on human trafficking
Wright State graduate student Ian Kallay has been named the 2014 Ohio Liberator of the Year for his efforts to put an end to human trafficking. Continue reading
Science Olympiad returns to Wright State with tournament Feb. 7
Wright State will host 1,500 middle and high school students from 11 states during the Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament. Continue reading