Quantum leap

Wright State alumna Nella Ludlow teaching trailblazing course in quantum computing
Nella Ludlow was invited to return to Wright State, where she received a master's in computer science, to teach a quantum computing course in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

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Tribal matters

Wright State student Aaron Osborn works to grow Native American Student Association
Aaron Osborn, a social science education major, embraces his family roots through the Native American Student Association at Wright State.
Staff Profile

Active duty

Alumnus, staffer Kip Wright puts heart and soul into Wright State’s Lake Campus
Kip Wright earned two degrees at Lake Campus, founded its Police Academy, is the campus' conduct officer and has served as president of the Lake Campus Alumni Network.
Alumni Profile

Harrowing history

Wright State alumna Stevie Kremer helps reveal survivor’s account of the Holocaust
Stevie Kremer helped Samuel Heider write “Miracle of Miracles,” documenting his Holocaust survival story.
Student Profile

Worldly wisdom

Grad student Holly-Kristina Averette comes home to Wright State after national, international hopscotching
Holly-Kristina Averette is pursuing her master’s degree in student affairs, works as an administrative assistant in the Office of the President and serves as a President’s Ambassador

Wright State Magazine

Leading Lady

Cheryl B. Schrader takes the helm at Wright State University at the school’s half-century mark

When the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory was built outside Batavia, Illinois, in the 1960s, a river of top scientists from around the world poured into the sleepy, two-stoplight town. The rural town’s transformation into a scientific beehive by the premier …


Proud to Wear the Green and Gold

By Susan (Barr) Gayle

The Guardian’s Front-Row Seat to History

Newspaper memories by Anthony Shoemaker and Alf Butler