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Wright State announces $150 million fundraising campaign

Hollywood superstar Tom Hanks will help lead a $150 million fundraising campaign for Wright State University that promises to further elevate the school’s prominence by expanding scholarships, attracting more top-flight faculty and supporting construction of state-of-the-art facilities.

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Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

OUR PHILOSOPHY: SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DELIVERED.

Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

OUR PHILOSOPHY: SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS DELIVERED.

Want an education with enduring value? The liberal arts provide the framework for crucial skills needed to adapt to the ever-changing environment of the 21st century.

Wright State breaks ground on Creative Arts Center renovation project

The Creative Arts Center, home of Wright State’s performing and fine arts programs, will undergo renovations and expansion beginning this summer.

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Urban Affairs alum honored as powerful and influential

Amy Wiedeman, '83, Urban Affairs

Congratulations to Assistant Montgomery County Administrator Amy Wiedeman who has been recognized as one of the 2014 Most Powerful and Influential Women of Ohio by the Ohio Diversity and Leadership Council!

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Geography students at AAG in Kalamazoo

Are you uncomfortable speaking in front of a class? Do you break out in a nervous sweat just thinking about speaking to strangers?

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Spanish Students from Kettering Fairmont High School visit WSU

On Friday, October 17, 2014, 32 Spanish students from Kettering Fairmont High School came to experience university life at Wright State.  The students arrived in the morning and visited two different Spanish classes.

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Digging deep

Jeannette Marchand, who teaches archaeology and classics, says she’s motivated by the thrill of discovery on a dig or in research.
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