During her undergrad, Sarah Hackenbracht participated in Model United Nations and was the head delegate for two consecutive years.
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As dean for research at the AFIT Graduate School of Engineering and Management, Dr. Ahner leads the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and manages a $36 million research program.
Marshall went through a coaching change in March, prompting the most prolific 3-point shooter in Ohio girls basketball history to give Wright State another look.
Some profs worry bill would limit talk about race; sponsor says it will boost intellectual diversity.
Amid the tidal wave of proposals across the country that would eliminate diversity efforts at public colleges, Ohio’s Senate Bill 83 stands out.
The Raiders believe they have the best college baseball program in the state, and there’s no better way to prove that than to beat the Buckeyes.
Students participating in Wright State’s annual ‘Raiderthon’ raised $50,687 for Dayton Children’s Hospital.
Archaeologist Robert Riordan will share his experiences directing archaeological excavations at the remains of a ceremonial complex in the Fort Ancient Earthwork.
Senate Bill 83 would prevent Ohio’s public colleges from engaging in wide-ranging intellectual debate and embrace Orwellian values of obscuring history.
Smith made the Horizon League’s all-freshman team for the Raiders after averaging 5.4 points per game during the 2018-19 season.