The Air Force Association honored Wright State University President David R. Hopkins with its Ambassador Award at the annual Air Force Ball.
Friends, mentors, colleagues, and problem-solvers, Wright State University staff members are among the best and brightest in the region.
Often behind the scenes, more than 1,500 full-time and 120+ part-time staff members ensure the countless university functions continue smoothly. From attracting the brightest students, to seeing them off as successful alumni—and everything in between—these dedicated Wright State employees share their expertise, talents, creativity, and attention to detail with generations of students.
The President’s Awards for Excellence for 2013 in the Staff and Outstanding Unit categories have been announced. Click the links to learn more...
Wright State University President David R. Hopkins has been elected chair of the Inter-University Council of Ohio, presiding over the council of presidents who represent Ohio’s public universities.
Wright State patrolman Kurt Holden entered the foster care system at such an early age he doesn’t remember when it all began...
Jennifer Papadakis, an academic advisor for Wright State’s College of Science and Mathematics, has been published by the National ACademic ADvising Association...
Huddled in a tiny concrete bunker in Moore, Okla., with her daughter and grandchildren, Wright State University staffer Barb Cwirka could hear only the soft whir of a ventilation fan.
Jacqueline McMillan, Ph.D., has announced that she will retire as Vice President for Enrollment Management on December 31, 2013, after serving for more than 30 years at Wright State University.
Katie Deedrick, Wright State’s Office of Student Support Services director, is often the first person in line to help a student who has been victimized.
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What is CSAC?
The purpose of the Classified Staff Advisory Council is to promote its constituency; review, initiate and make recommendations on appropriate issues, policies, and procedures; foster and facilitate communications among members; and provide opportunities for professional growth.
What is USAC?
The purpose of the Unclassified Staff Advisory Council is to represent its members to the university by: promoting their general welfare; advocating for unclassified staff through active participation in university governance structure; reviewing, initiating and making recommendation on relevant university policies and procedures; encouraging and facilitating communication among members; and encouraging professional development opportunities.
One of the prime responsibilities of this council is to serve the educational community by creating and maintaining an environment conducive to the teaching, learning, research and service functions of higher education. The recommendations of the council are submitted to the university president.