Fall 2020 Update

Fall 2020 Update: Wright State University’s Dayton and Lake Campuses plan to return to teaching for 2020 Fall Semester on August 24 with a dynamic and flexible mixture of in-person and remote courses. Read more about our Right Here. Wright State. This Fall. plan.

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Students wearing masks

Aug 3, 2020

Wright State University will offer a combination of remote, flexible delivery and socially distant in-person classes this fall.



Aug 1, 2020

“We’re getting a lot of phone calls from a lot of places, asking our opinion or expertise about social problems that are plaguing our community."



Steve Bognar and Julia Reichert

Jul 30, 2020

Julia Reichert and Steve Bognar, retired WSU film professors, have been nominated for Outstanding Director for a Documentary/Nonfiction Program.



campus shot

Jul 27, 2020

Ohio’s 14 public universities will receive a combined $127.3 million of the money, with larger shares going to the higher-enrollment schools.



KJ Hippensteel

Jul 27, 2020

K.J. Hippensteel took the stage of New York’s Stephen Sondheim Theatre as an ensemble member in the first preview performance of “Mrs. Doubtfire.”



Sott Nagy

Jul 25, 2020

“It’s been bizarre for sure,” Nagy said. "But we’re thankful the university is letting us come back and work out and be with them."



Laura Matthews

Jul 23, 2020

The new job brings Matthews home to Nashville, Tenn. “My parents, my three sisters and their families are still there. Pretty much my entire family is there.”



Jul 23, 2020

"Jasmine Batchelor turns in one of the year’s best performances, profound work that twists an already propulsive concept into a riveting character study.”



Covid alert sign

Jul 19, 2020

Courtney Sulentic, associate professor of pharmacology and toxicology, and Mateen Rizki, professor and chair of computer science, are collaborating in the project.



Cammpus

Jul 10, 2020

“Today (DeWine) has announced a well-reasoned approach to safely opening higher education institutions to quality, in-person education this fall.”



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