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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.

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.

Liberal Arts News

Sarah Twill

Change is in the air in the Social Work Department

Change is in the air in the Social Work Department, and so begins our first Social Work Department Newsletter in a long time.  Meet new faculty, celebrate program accomplishments, and get advice from Jane Addams. Yes, there are many surprises within its pages.

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In Memory of Kyle Pitzer

Final story of WSU alumnus aired on WYSO

Kyle Pitzer, who received his M.A.

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Serbian delegates to visit campus, learn about LGBT domestic violence issues from international expert, others

This week, Wright State University is welcoming a group of delegates from Serbia who are visiting Dayton to learn more about best practices to mediate and mitigate domestic violence.
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Student Health Services ready to help with seasonal illnesses

We’ve all seen and read the stories. Flu season is just around the corner; the mumps has returned to Ohio, a respiratory virus is hitting the Midwest hard, national coverage on Ebola has been non-stop.
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