Wright State junior Kathryn Fiske’s story about success, failure and finding her true passions
Kathryn Fiske, a crime and justice studies major and Air Force ROTC cadet, learned to manage her interests, studies and life so she could thrive at Wright State.
From stand-up comedy to the automotive world, Chris Wagel ’02 credits Wright State with helping him thrive
Chris Wagel never envisioned a successful career in automotive sales. As a Wright State student, he steered clear of anything related to the world of business.
Wright State mechanical engineering student Jack Stafford thrilled with engineering internship in Sweden
When Wright State mechanical engineering student Jack Stafford went to work during the fall 2019 semester, just a short distance away was the Nobel Prize Museum.
Social work major Rebekah Wyse calls study abroad trip to France experience of a lifetime
Rebekah Wyse decided to major in social work at Wright State so she could help others.
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May 2020 Wright State grad Aubri Pritchett headed to medical school at NYU
Aubri Pritchett, who graduated on May 2 with bachelor's degrees in biological sciences and Spanish, will begin pursuing a medical degree in the fall.