Investing in Wright State: Support from Foundations and Corporations
"Wright State University has enjoyed a rare and privileged relationship with its neighbor, the greater Dayton community."
Robert S. Oleman, one of the four principal founders of Wright State
Wright State University was founded on the strength of the support generously given by leaders in business, government and community organizations throughout the region and the state.
Through the decades of Wright State's growth, businesses and government agencies have formed partnerships with the university and benefited from the mutual sharing of resources, while foundations and charitable organizations have invested in the value of Wright State and its students. Those investments have paid off in the increasing numbers of highly qualified graduates who live and work in Raider Country and around the world.
One of the most powerful statements a corporation can make is its commitment to the community.
At Wright State, we welcome inquiries from corporations and foundations about potential partnership arrangements, including:
- Co-op programs and internships
- Endowed professorships and chairs
- Program support
- Facility development
- Centers of Excellence
- Human-Centered Innovation
- National Center for Medical Readiness (NCMR)
- Wright State University & Premier Health Partners Neuroscience Institute
- Knowledge-Enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis)
- Micro Air Vehicle Research
- Product Reliability and Optimization (CEPRO)
- Collaborative Education, Leadership, and Innovation in the Arts (CELIA)
Please get in touch if you would like to develop an opportunity unique to your mission.
Foundation and Corporate Relations
Mary Jean Henry