Retirees Association

Welcome

The Retirees Association welcomes those who have served Wright State University as a faculty or staff member over the years.

Staying Connected

Stay connected with the university and commemorate with past colleagues.

Events

Thursday, July 12, 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Temple Beth Or, 5275 Marshall Road, Dayton, OH 45429
Thursday, July 12, 6 pm to 7 pm
Miami Valley Hospital South Conference Center - Room 1315
Monday, July 16
Heatherwoode Golf Club
Sunday, July 29, 10 am to 10 pm
Kings Island

News

Wright State trustees fire former provost who was on paid leave for 3 years
June 21 2018

Six of the board’s nine members voted to fire Sundaram Narayanan effective June 30.

OPERS Board: HRA allowances for Medicare participants unchanged for 2019
June 20 2018

Ohio Public Employees Retirement System Board makes decisions on allowances, subsidies for 2019

Wright State freshmen jumping into fray during summer workouts
June 20 2018

Three freshmen players who have just joined the Raiders took part in their first team workout at the Setzer Pavilion.

Wright State Newsroom

Teacher candidates from Wright State and other Ohio public universities wield huge impact across the state

Teacher candidates from Wright State had an economic impact of $5.6 million during the 2016-17 academic year, a new study finds.

Wright State flute players record new composition for major woodwind publisher

A publisher asked the flute students to record "Ocean Suite for Flute Choir" after watching them perform last August at the largest annual flute event in the world.

Ohio researchers from academia, government and business work to create more trust in autonomous systems

A team of Ohio researchers, including representatives of the Wright State Research Institute, is working with the Air Force Research Laboratory to ensure the safety and cyber security of autonomous systems.

Wright State pilot project on textbooks, online access saved students almost twice what was estimated

Wright State will expand the pilot program this fall, involving 40 courses impacting 120 sections and up to 6,105 students with a savings estimate of $651,000.