News and Events


Oct 2, 2015
Exposing writers to Wright State's Special Collections and Archives and Dayton's rich aviation legacy promotes increased interest, tourism and more efforts to preserve that history.
Sep 28, 2015
Hyeseon Jeong

Please join us in welcoming our newest faculty member, Hyeseon Jeong, Visiting Assistant Professor for the Department of ...

Sep 25, 2015
Cuban journalist Elaine Díaz Rodriguez discussed “Cuba in an Era of Change” as part of Wright State’s Year of the Active Bystander program.
Sep 25, 2015
Wright State will celebrate the innovative spirit of its namesakes and researchers working on campus today with the annual Wright Brothers Day Oct. 8.
Sep 22, 2015
The new Center for Liberal Arts Student Success (CLASS) combines advising, faculty/student relationship-building, peer mentoring and career counseling.
Sep 8, 2015
Excerpt We’ve read a lot lately about how the digital world is changing the business of collecting and preserving the past. What does the saving of history look like in the future? We had a discussion about it with Dawne …
Sep 2, 2015
Myron Levine photo

Dr. Myron Levine, professor of Urban Affairs, attends the National Brownfields Conference in Chicago.

The conference is focused on environmental revitalization and economic redevelopment. This is the 16th national conference and is an important stop for anyone working to create better communities through cleaning up and reusing brownfield properties.

On September 2, Mayor Rahm Emanuel welcomed attendees and talked about making the Chicago River the city’s next great...

Sep 2, 2015
Wright State recognizes select faculty members for excellent work in the classroom, research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement.
Aug 28, 2015

Walking through a Dayton neighborhood on a sunny day, Philip Ferrari and Elyse Giardullo were giving back to the community they love, while enhancing their research and leadership skills. They were the ideal pair to lead a team of 16 …

Aug 14, 2015
Wright State students are conducting a property survey in Dayton to help city planners address blight, vacancy and other concerns that city officials and residents have identified.