Jonathan Capehart

Thu
30
Mar

The Pulitzer Prize–winning and Washington Post writer is the final speaker in the 2016–17 Presidential Lecture Series. His lecture, “Upholding Your End of the Bargain,” will focus on the current state of political news media in America.

Summer Rebate Program

Did you know that Wright State University is committed to making college more affordable for Ohio undergraduates? You may be eligible to receive a 20 percent tuition rebate for up to three credit hours of classes taken this summer.

University's First Female President

Cheryl B. Schrader, Ph.D., chancellor of Missouri University of Science and Technology, was introduced to the Wright State University community March 6. Dr. Schrader will officially take office July 1.

Celebrating 50 Years

In 1967, when enrollment reached 5,704 students, the Dayton Campus of Miami University and Ohio State University ceased to exist, and the newly independent Wright State University came into being. Join us throughout 2017 as we celebrate our history and look forward to the future.

We See the Potential in You

The Wright brothers were not pilots. They were dreamers and inventors. Through their persistence they taught the world to fly. Named after these pioneers, we carry on their desire to build, create, and pioneer. What does it mean to be a pioneer? Find out here.

Faculty Profile

Country conscious

Azadeh Jahanbegloo, senior lecturer at Wright State, says her native Iran has become an unfamiliar land
Azadeh Jahanbegloo, a senior lecturer of sociology, is now a U.S. citizen who calls America home, but never got to say goodbye to her past.
Student Profile

Tall talent

Wright State senior Tony Carpenetti was drawn to mechanical engineering because it includes the design and manufacturing of machines.
Alumni Profile

Wright State grad uses military experience and geography degree to locate historical artifacts

Jared Shank, who has degrees in geography and earth and environmental science from Wright State, searches underground for the past as a member of a metal detecting club.
Student Profile

Medical student volunteers in Jordan to champion women’s health

Katie Adib, a second-year medical student, served as a translator for American medical doctors caring for refugees.

Presidential Lecture Series: Jonathan Capehart

Thursday, March 30,
7 pm to 8:30 pm
Nutter Center

Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Jonathan Capehart is a member of The Washington Post editorial board and writes about politics and soci

Men's Tennis vs. Youngstown State

Saturday, April 1, 11 am
South Regency Tennis Center

School of Music auditions

Saturday, April 1
Creative Arts Center

Women's Tennis vs. Cleveland State

Sunday, April 2, 2:30 pm
South Regency Tennis Center

Award streak continues for Wright State’s Model United Nations team

Wright State's Model UN team was named an Outstanding Delegation at the national conference in New York City.

Stage set for annual ArtsGala at Wright State

ArtsGala, which raises funds for arts scholarships for Wright State students, takes place April 8 in the Creative Arts Center.

Wright State marketing professor Wakiuru Wamwara lands prestigious Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship

Wakiuru Wamwara will spend the summer in her native Kenya training faculty in mentoring graduate students at African Nazarene University and KCA University.