Unforgettable

Wright State Special Collections and Archives boast materials on Neil Armstrong’s historic moonwalk
To commemorate the 50th university of the first moon landing, Wright State's Special Collections and Archives gathered materials related to the Apollo 11 mission from its collections.

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Raider Open House

See all Wright State has to offer Friday, July 26

Physiology phenom

Wright State renal physiologist Clintoria Williams makes big news with a study linking high blood pressure with zinc deficiency
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Public interest

Wright State nursing graduate Christina Norman is a strong advocate of public health
Christina Norman, who has three degrees from Wright State, including a 2019 bachelor’s in nursing, completed a preceptorship with Miami County Public Health.
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Physics phenom

2019 Wright State grad Carissa Myers is off to earn her Ph.D. in physics with prestigious National Science Foundation award
Carissa Myers, who graduated in May, discovered her passion for physics as a student at Wright State.
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Active citizen

Wright State student Gloria Pappaterra selected for Newman Civic Fellowship
Gloria Pappaterra, who majors in political science and sign language at Wright State, is driven by a need to serve others.
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Light touch

Wright State senior Joseph Carroll named Intern of the Year by College of Engineering and Computer Science
As part of his internship, Joseph Carroll, a mechanical engineering major at Wright State, experimented with high-intensity light to kill weeds.

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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