Sep 10, 2013
African and African American Studies (AAFS) major Bakari Lumumba was awarded a Wright State University 2013 Summer Undergraduate Research Scholarship. His research project was on Pan Africanism and examined the dynamics and impact of the African American diaspora back to Africa during the 1960s and 1970s. Congratulations to AAFS Major Bakari Lumumba!
Sep 6, 2013
Eric and Molly Leckey are two of nearly 6,000 Wright State alumni who are married to another Wright State graduate. For the Leckeys, their romance blossomed out of a friendship that was formed on Wright State’s Model United Nations team. …
Aug 30, 2013
Wright State sophomore Scotti Stoneburner has dreamed of dancing professionally since she was 12. Wright State's Dance Program is helping her to make those dreams reality.
Aug 29, 2013
Angie Loyd will tell you that being an effective ambassador is not all that complicated. Sometimes all you need is a gentle word and a smile.
Aug 28, 2013
Jake Schierloh, a 2012 Wright State University graduate, was one of nearly 150 young people who participated in the White House Internship Program this summer.
Aug 22, 2013
Over 70 guests from more than 50 area nonprofit agencies gathered August 21 at Wright State University’s Nonprofit Leader Alliance (NLA) breakfast at the Dayton Cultural Center.
Aug 20, 2013
The upcoming 21st annual Big Lens Film Festival will showcase some of the latest student films from Wright State’s award-winning Motion Pictures Program...
Aug 16, 2013
It’s an unlikely marriage of double majors—biomedical engineering and religion. But for Wright State junior Monica Leslie, it’s a match made in heaven.
Aug 13, 2013
A Wright State University audience got a lesson in preservation techniques from the chief chemist of a world-class museum at a spectacular archaeological reserve...
Aug 6, 2013
Stefan Pugh, Ph.D., is the man who saved a language.