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.


Wednesday, December 7, 2022, 10 am to Noon
Room 210 Foundation Building, 3070 Presidential Dr.
Wednesday, February 1, 2023, 10 am to Noon
Room 210 Foundation Building, 3070 Presidential Dr.
Wednesday, March 1, 2023, 10 am to Noon
Room 210 Foundation Building, 3070 Presidential Dr.
Saturday, March 25, 2023, 2 pm to 4:30 pm
Festival Playhouse, Creative Arts Center


DDN: Julia Reichert, Academy Award-winning Yellow Springs filmmaker, dies at 76
December 2, 2022

For 50 years, Reichert illuminated humanity, particularly America’s working-class, across compelling themes of feminism, family, politics and economics.

DDN: Wright State routed at home by Robert Morris in league opener
December 2, 2022

The Raiders were blown out at home by Robert Morris, 80-59 — their first loss in seven meetings with the Colonials.

DDN: Wright State creates new residency program in Darke County
December 2, 2022

While about 20% of the U.S. population lives in a rural community, only about 10% of doctors work there, according to Wright State.

Wright State Newsroom

Wright State professor emeritus and pioneering documentary filmmaker Julia Reichert dies

Oscar-winner Julia Reichert taught film production at Wright State for 28 years, mentoring dozens of emerging filmmakers.

Raiders’ historic season ends against No. 13 Georgia Tech in NCAA volleyball tournament

The Wright State volleyball team wrapped up a historic season that included 23 consecutive wins, an 18–0 conference record and its third trip to the NCAA Tournament in the last four years.

Wright State historical archaeologist Lance Greene nominated for North Carolina literary award

Lance Greene, professor of anthropology, is a finalist for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award for “Their Determination to Remain: A Cherokee Community’s Resistance to the Trail of Tears in North Carolina.”

Wright State renal physiologist Clintoria Williams receives $2M award for chronic kidney disease research

Clintoria Williams, associate professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology, will further her research aimed at identifying novel therapeutic approaches effective for chronic kidney disease.