Students in the Veterans Voices course will submit their interviews with older veterans about their time in the military to the Library of Congress' American Folklife Center.
Wright State University’s annual ArtsGala offered patrons a night of unparalleled entertainment.
Scholars are honored with books purchased in their names for the Wright State University Libraries’ collections.
Wright State's Model UN team wins top honors at the National Model United Nations Conference for the 35th consecutive year.
More than 100 poster and oral presentations by Wright State University student researchers were delivered April 11 during the annual Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities.
The Creative Arts Center project include new gallery space, art and performance studios, motion picture production studio, classrooms and an iconic, accessible entrance.
On Friday March 21st, the Chinese club met for its first craft and game night. A total of ten students attended. Professor Jiang Laoshi and Professor Du taught the students how to make traditional Chinese knotting. Everyone brought home a beautiful Chinese knot.
The students enjoyed making traditional crafts and playing games while speaking Chinese in a fun and relaxed atmosphere!
The department of Modern Languages will be offering a "Chinese Culture Through Film", ML 3990 class and a Russian 1010 class in the 2014 Fall semester.
The purpose of the ML 3990 class is to help students develop an understanding of the aesthetic and cultural values of the Chinese people, embrace cultural diversity, and broaden their global perspective. The course is taught in English.
Wright State technical writing students work with state-of-the-art computer programs thanks to donations from two leading software companies.
Wright State student Elizabeth Schrack won the 2014 Ms. Wheelchair Ohio pageant and will represent the state at a national competition in August.