The Graduate and Honors Student Advisory Board is comprised of graduate, professional and undergraduate honors students who bring a student perspective to support the college’s mission.
- College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies Newsletter—March 2023
- College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies Newsletter—January 2023
- College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies Newsletter—December 2022
News from the Wright State University Newsroom
Mar 7, 2023
Registration for fall 2023 and spring 2024 undergraduate and graduate classes begins this week at Wright State
Mar 6, 2023
Wright State's innovative multi-term registration option allows undergraduate and graduate students to register for fall 2023 and spring 2024 classes at the same time.
Feb 27, 2023
Dan Darkow and TyKiah Wright-Wilson will speak at the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Awareness and Advocacy Day, the annual Ohio Statehouse advocacy day, on March 1.
Feb 23, 2023
Wright State College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies’ hosted the inaugural Three Minute Thesis/Dissertation competition.
Feb 20, 2023
Former Raider and professional soccer player Christopher Dupont returned to Wright State to conduct research while pursuing M.D. and Ph.D. degrees.
Feb 13, 2023
Organized by the College of Graduate Programs and Honors Studies, the Three Minute Thesis/Dissertation competition will take place Feb. 21 at 5 p.m. in the Student Union Endeavour Room.
Feb 9, 2023
Students learned how Wright State can help them build, enhance or change careers during the Graduate Programs Open House on Feb. 16.
Feb 8, 2023
Bill Shepard came to Wright State as a first-generation college student and then spent three decades in various leadership roles at the university.
Feb 7, 2023
Kaitlyn Miller, a physiology and neuroscience student at Wright State, researched technologies that help Navy and Marine Corps divers overcome underwater challenges.
Jan 26, 2023
The Wright State Alumni Association honored Alumni Achievement Awards recipients Aurea Rivera ’82, Mark Espy ’81, Christina Knowles ’14, ’16, Stephen Hampton ’80 and Virginia Krause Hess.