Congressman Mike Turner got an up-close look at Wright State University’s National Center for Medical Readiness (NCMR) at Calamityville, a 52-acre austere training environment...
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Over and over, Wright State students say that even though there are close to 20,000 students attending the university, it still has the feel of a small school.
In addition to our faculty and staff who find ways to connect with students on a personal level, Wright State offers 200+ student clubs and organizations, close-knit communities of students who live in campus housing, intercollegiate athletics and intramurals, opportunities for community service, active online communities, and so much more. And that doesn't even account for all the opportunities you'll find just off campus!
Ultimately, it is your own decision as to how connected you become with others on campus.
We provide the opportunities...you just need to decide all the ways that you want to become involved.
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As Wright State’s fall semester draws to a close, only one thing separates students from their holiday break: the dreaded finals week. For many, the next few days will be spent frantically studying and memorizing notes for upcoming exams.
Wright State graduates will celebrate their accomplishments, and those of a university that prides itself on extending the ladder of educational opportunity, during the 2013 Fall Commencement on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Nutter Center.
Morgan Ruppert had devoted a few minutes to unsuccessfully attempting to inflate a round blue pool float when she realized a small hole in the ring had been negating her efforts.
Festive, colorfully wrapped barrels are popping up around the Dayton campus as part of the annual Christmas for Kids toy drive.
Wright State University President David R. Hopkins and his wife, Angelia, are chairing the 35th Annual United Rehabilitation Services (URS) Telethon...
Wright State hosted Giving Tuesday and kicked off the Fund4WrightState campaign to raise enough money to fund full tuition for four students.
Excerpt Thanks to Wright State University’s LEAP program, students from throughout the world are sharing their cultures — and their cuisine — with others in the Miami Valley. LEAP stands for Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes. One of …
I think that for a lot of people, going through the gate on Pennsylvania Avenue is when the significance of their work first hits them.
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