Wright State’s Sarah Koraym uses French major as springboard to medical school
Sarah Koraym wants to practice medicine around the globe and serve people who have limited access to medicine.
Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth.
Wright State’s Ri Molnar provides produce to the community through the Pay It Forward Farm
Ri Molnar, a Spanish major, operates a community supported agriculture program that grows organic vegetables, charging supporters fees on a sliding scale.
Wright State alum Dennis Geehan '78 uses guitars, volunteerism to ease Vietnam War pain
Dennis Geehan has volunteered at Habitat for Humanity, Dayton Foodbank, Project READ of Dayton, United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton and K12GalleryandTEJAS.
Thursday, September 1, 4 pm
CAC New Media Incubator (015)
The New Media Incubator Open House will introduce you to the collaborative space with the Department of Communication and Motion Pictures
With the help of 500 volunteers and 110 golf carts, more than 1,600 first-year students brought their belongings to Wright State during Move-In Day.
Move-in Day on Wright State’s Dayton Campus began at 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 26, as 1,600 new students arrived at their new home.
A team of Wright State engineering students installed an X-ray room at a hospital in Malawi as part of a series of efforts to help improve health care in the tiny African nation.