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Jun 3, 2015
As people start heading outdoors this summer, it is important to remember to take preventive measures against ticks.  While it is a good idea to take precautions year-round in Ohio, be extra vigilant as temperatures warm and ticks become more active.  
May 28, 2015
Excerpt Wright State University has been using a new business organization to buy real estate near its campus and in the Dayton region as part of an overall growth plan. Officials tell me the school has been purchasing office property …
Apr 24, 2015
Great advice from our friends at Safe Bee
Apr 13, 2015
Wright State will celebrate the opening on the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building with a ceremony April 16 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Apr 7, 2015
Don’t let this dangerous season catch you unaware. Be prepared! SAFE AREAS - Take a moment to figure out where they are at home and on campus.
Apr 6, 2015
Chilled ceiling beam, anti-vibration floor and a glass facade stripped with energy-saving fins are among the many architectural highlights of Wright State’s new Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building.
Mar 25, 2015
Excerpt Wright State University has combined a campus need with an engineering degree requirement to get a much-needed and lightweight piece of equipment for professors and instructors. “A few years ago, we decided that our tabletop podiums were very old, …
Jan 5, 2015
With the recent arrival of winter, Environmental Health and Safety would like to offer some seasonal safety tips.
Nov 9, 2014
Designed to be service friendly and support driven, but provide space that’s hands-off and separate from the general population and VMC administration, the new center has a wow factor that’s off the charts.
Oct 10, 2014
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas that kills without warning. It claims the lives of hundreds of people every year and makes thousands more ill. Many household items including gas- and oil-burning furnaces, portable generators, and charcoal grills produce this poison gas.

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