Giving to Wright State

Research and Experiential Learning

A Carnegie-classified research university, Wright State offers countless opportunities for student research, from the undergraduate to the post-doctoral levels. Our students are able to work every day with world-class faculty on groundbreaking, cutting-edge research. Together, our faculty and students are solving real-world problems that affect people’s daily lives.

From research on premature births to neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease and ALS, you can help support research and development that benefits the Dayton region and the world.

Of course, not all of this pioneering work takes place inside a laboratory. Your gifts also provide valuable field experiences for our faculty and students, such as digging up Revolutionary War artifacts or studying waterfowl at a nature preserve.

If you’d like to help support a research or experiential learning opportunity for Wright State students, please contact one of our Advancement team members below.

Boonshoft School of Medicine

Angela Clements
(937) 234-7627

College of Education and Human Services

Carrie Mueller
(937) 775-3582

College of Engineering and Computer Science

Pete Williams
(937) 775-5087

College of Liberal Arts

Sara Woodhull
(937) 775-4921

College of Science and Mathematics

Chris Adkins–Lamb
(937) 775-4980

Raj Soin College of Business

Jennifer Ruhl
(937) 775-4987

School of Professional Psychology

Rebecca Cole
(937) 775-2852

Wright State University–Lake Campus

Julie Miller
(937) 775-8375

Wright State University–Miami Valley College of Nursing and Health

Bill Bigham
(937) 775-3694

A gift from Dale True,’76, is helping to provide experiential learning opportunities for students in Wright State University’s College of Science and Mathematics.