Pioneers of Potential

In 1892, the Wright brothers opened their bicycle shop in Dayton. They began to experiment with the crazy notion of flying machines—and changed the world. At Wright State, we see that same potential in you.

Student Profile

Doctor dreams

Graduate student Dubem Obianagha came to Wright State from the African nation of Nigeria to pursue a dream of becoming a doctor.
Student Profile

Corps curriculum

Peace Corps internship by Wright State’s Katie Rossman may provide career path
An urban affairs major, Wright State senior Katie Rossman plans to pursue a career working for the government or in nonprofit management.
Alumni Profile

American West provides inspiration for Wright State grad’s novel

Wright State graduate Ryan Ireland's latest novel is based on real-life events highlighting Stockholm syndrome, institutionalized power and the fading history of the American West.
Student Profile

Steller performance

Wright State graduate student Lindsey Steller wears many hats
Lindsey Steller, a grad student in the student affairs in higher education program, works in the Student Activities office, is president of a grad student organization and is adviser for the Black Student Union and Raiderthon.

ROWDY 5000 Food Drive

Monday, October 24 to Saturday, October 29
134 Allyn Hall

The Wright State Friendship Food Pantry is holding our 5th Annual Rowdy 500 campus-wide food drive from October 24t

Men's Soccer vs. Milwaukee

Saturday, October 29, 7 pm
Alumni Field

Presidential Lecture Series: Margaret O'Mara

Wednesday, November 2,
7 pm to 8:30 pm
Student Union Endeavour Room

Employee Recognition & Faculty Retirees Celebration

Monday, November 7,
3 pm to 5 pm
Student Union Apollo Room

Kelli Tittle named Wright State’s director of compliance

A 2006 Wright State graduate, Kelli Tittle is currently the university's HIPAA and privacy compliance officer in the Office of the Vice President for Research.

Author of ‘Pivotal Tuesdays’ to visit Wright State for Presidential Lecture, Common Text events

Historian Margaret O’Mara will give a Presidential Lecture on Nov. 2 and and participate in Common Text events on Nov. 3.

Wright State University researchers find that olive trees could be vulnerable to emerald ash borer

Wright State researchers find that emerald ash borer, which is destroying ash trees in a large swath of the United States, can also successfully complete development on olive trees.