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Councils

Staff Council

The purpose of the Staff Council is to provide a forum in which classified and unclassified staff at Wright State University are informed about ongoing and anticipated issues of interest and to give them the opportunity to voice their views regarding these issues to campus decision-makers.

Unclassified Staff Advisory Council (USAC)

The purpose of the Unclassified Staff Advisory Council (USAC) 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.

Classified Staff Advisory Council (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.

Lake Staff Advisory Council (LSAC)

The purpose of the Lake Staff Advisory Council (LSAC) is to facilitate communication between, and promote general welfare of all staff members; bring forth concerns, issues, and recommendations regarding individuals, policies, and procedures; plan and promote professional development opportunities.

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News

In a good light

Wright State’s Elliott Brown and Weidong Zhang help develop promising new semiconductor for LED lighting
Research by Wright State physicists led to a scientific breakthrough that promises to make the LED lighting more efficient and affordable.

Seton Hall’s Allie Matters named head volleyball coach at Wright State

Allie Matters played at Seton Hall from 2006 to 2009 and served as the volleyball team's first assistant coach for the last seven years.

Signature act

Nearly 30 years of musical history is scrawled on Wright State Nutter Center’s electrical panels
Musicians, comedians, wrestlers, ice skaters and others have made a tradition of leaving their autographs after performing at the Nutter Center.

Drawing power

Love of sketching cars propelled Wright State alum Sagar Sangle into world of mechanical engineering
Sagar Sangle uses his art skills and his master's degree in mechanical engineering while teaching middle school students about design for 3D printing, manufacturing design and robotics.