Retirees Association


The WSU Retirees Association offers retired faculty and staff opportunities for continued service to the university and fellowship with one another.

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Comprised of retired faculty and staff, the WSU Retirees Association supports student scholarships and participates in a broad range of university activities.


Thursday, November 14, 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Temple Beth Or, 5275 Marshall Road, Dayton, OH 45429
Wednesday, December 4, 10 am to Noon
210 Foundation Building, 3070 Presidential Drive
Thursday, December 12, 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Temple Beth Or, 5275 Marshall Road, Dayton, OH 45429
Thursday, January 9, 2020, 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Temple Beth Or, 5275 Marshall Road, Dayton, OH 45429


Guardian: ‘That is my biggest goal, to change the narrative’: Edwards becomes next WSU president
November 11 2019

"I couldn’t bear someone slowing me down because we have so many great initiatives going right now like the retention initiative for our students.”

LA Times: Chinese and American cultures clash in ‘American Factory’ documentary
November 11 2019

“The rivalry between China and the United States is one of the big stories of the 21st century,” said Julia Reichert, WSU emeritus professor of theatre.

DDN: Local coaches, ADs react to NCAA name, image, likeness issue
November 11 2019

“No. 1, we live in America,” WSU Coach Scott Nagy said, “and if you can make money off your likeness or your name, I don’t see why that would be a problem."

Wright State Newsroom

Gary LeRoy ’88 to receive community advocacy award

Gary LeRoy, associate dean of student affairs and admissions at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, will receive the Patricia Rousseau Community Advocacy Award.

Leadership program brings Bosnian high school students to Wright State

Students from Bosnia and Herzegovina learned about various programs and the admission process for international students during a visit to Wright State.

Dramatic performance

Wright State theatre alum Sean Jeffries spreads his wings by teaching acting in China
After graduating from Wright State's Theatre Program, Sean Jeffries taught drama and worked on professional productions in China for two years.

Wright State partnering with nonprofit for free grief recovery workshop in Dayton

Loving Spirit, a nonprofit that is changing the way America responds to grief and loss, will hold a free grief and loss recovery workshop on December 7th and 8th at Wright State University.