An analysis by Wright State’s Center for Urban and Public Affairs estimates that the creative industries in the Greater Dayton region accounted for 18,000 jobs and $799 million in labor income last year.
Wright State's College of Liberal Arts will host an open house for prospective students on Presidents Day, Monday, Feb. 17.
Wright State University musicians will return to one of the world’s most prestigious concert venues when the Collegiate Chorale performs at Carnegie Hall on Sunday, Feb. 16.
On November 10, 2013 the College of Liberal Arts hosted its annual donor recognition ceremony at the Benjamin and Marian Schuster center in downtown Dayton. More than 260 people joined together to recognize and honor important donors to the college and many talented student scholarships recipients. It was a great way for scholarship donors to meet the students benefiting from their generosity and for the students to thank them for their support. The evening ended with the ever-popular...
The vocal producer of the popular reality TV competition The Sing-Off will lead a contemporary a cappella singing camp at Wright State University this summer.
On Stefan Pugh’s office door is a plaque that reads “Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research,” a declaration not only of this professor’s remarkable accomplishments...
Once again, the College of Liberal Arts will soon add another splash of color to Wright State’s pallet.
The Creative Arts Center, home of the Departments of Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures, Music, and Art and Art History, will undergo renovations and expansion beginning next spring.
The 2013 ArtsGala was the most successful in the event's 14-year history, with record attendance and $174,000 raised for scholarships.
The Wright State Wind Symphony was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall, one of the world’s most prestigious concert venues, earlier this month.