School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA)

"There are so many opportunities and resources...there are people here who genuinely want to help you, genuinely want you to succeed."

--Stephanie Patino-Garfias

Inspiring students to analyze, influence, and solve pressing societal concerns

Success Stories

Overseeing the Gammon House is just one of many ways Dale Henry, a Wright State urban affairs graduate, gives back to the community.
After completing her studies in neuroscience, Abagail Chumley decided to explore a completely different world — political science and government.

School News

Cannon carpenter

Wright State alumnus Jared Shank restores a World War I cannon in his hometown
Jared Shank restored a World War I cannon that had been part of a veterans memorial in St. Paris.

Where are they now? Model U.N.

Former Model U.N. members reflect on their experience and how it shaped who they are today
We tracked down former members of one of Wright State’s most prestigious and award-winning legacies to reflect on their experience and how it has shaped who they are today.

Alumnus Bryan Bucklew appointed Wright State national trustee

Bryan Bucklew, a political science graduate of Wright State, is president and CEO of the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California.

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Overview of SPIA

Learn about SPIA's academic programs, opportunities for students in and outside of the classroom, and more.

 

 


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