Army veteran Arreal Riggs finds needed support in Wright State’s Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program and at the Veteran and Military Center.
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Sep 1, 2022
New handbook provides research-based training for mental health practitioners working with consensual non-monogamy community
Aug 31, 2022
“The Handbook of Consensual Non-Monogamy Affirming Mental Health Practice” is co-edited by Michelle Vaughan, associate professor in the School of Professional Psychology.
Aug 15, 2022
Lesley Ott reciprocates the support she received while at Wright State by helping the next generation of business students.
New school structure will facilitate interdisciplinary learning and teaching in College of Liberal Arts
Aug 11, 2022
The College of Liberal Arts has reorganized into the schools of Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities and Cultural Studies, and Social Sciences and International Studies.
Wright State joins semiconductor and microelectronic network for enabling cutting-edge research and technology development
Aug 4, 2022
Wright State is prepared to address the research and educational needs of the semiconductor and microelectronic industries and help students prepare for new career opportunities with those industries.
Jul 25, 2022
Ashton Williams earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science and is now working on his master’s degree as part of a combined 4+1 degree program at Wright State.
Jul 22, 2022
After a year in business, Tumble, an on-demand laundry and dry-cleaning service, has no plans to fold, except your clothes.
Jul 20, 2022
The School of Professional Psychology celebrated the graduation of 20 students at its 2022 commencement ceremony on July 15.
Jul 14, 2022
Wright State alumni Tony Alexander, Bob Reynolds and Loghan Young and graduate student Doniska Taylor joined the Wright State University Foundation Board of Trustees.
Jul 6, 2022
Wright State's spring commencement ceremonies were three times as special for the Ward family, who celebrated the graduation of siblings Melissa, Jacob and Joshua.