Exceptions will include clinicals, practicals, internships, and other types of field experiences, according to the provost.
The Raiders averaged 80.6 points, which was seventh nationally and their best mark since the 1992-93 squad put up 89.1 per game.
“I want to thank the Wright State community for rapidly mobilizing to make the sweeping changes that were necessary in order to navigate the constantly evolving COVID-19 situation.”
Matt Zircher worked at Wright State for 24 years, but was laid off in 2017 along with many others as a part of massive cuts by the institution.
The College of Nursing & Health donated more than 250 boxes of face masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment (PPE) to area hospitals.
“Most people don’t think their stories are important, but someday we’re all going to look back on this and it will be interesting to read people’s accounts."
Until April 10, everyone will have an opportunity to donate to the scholarship fund by visiting givecampus.com.
The Four Cities Young Leader Academy is a three-week immersive experience that will bring 18 students and three teachers from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Dayton.
Created through the University Foundation, the campaign aims to help students struggling with food, housing, lost wages, mental health, finances and education.
Virus ends Matt Vest’s pro basketball season as he and his wife Samantha, who played soccer at WSU, await the birth of their first child.