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Staff Senate

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Overview

The Wright State University Staff Senate will serve as the official representative body of the Wright State staff community. The staff senate represents the interests of staff, fosters a spirit of unity and cooperation among the campus community, and provides staff representation parallel to those of the faculty and student governing bodies. In addition, the Staff Senate: 

  • Conveys information and makes recommendations to the university leadership regarding interests and concerns of the staff.
  • Fosters a spirit of a unified community by encouraging the exchange of ideas and concerns in keeping with the mission of the university.
  • Provides opportunities to engage the staff in areas of professional and personal growth.
  • Empowers staff to make decisions and affect change to better our collective student success initiatives.
  • Endeavors to keep the staff informed regarding university issues and activities.
  • Promotes the effective contribution of staff expertise toward university goals and objectives for the benefit of the entire university community.
  • Is represented on university committees as deemed appropriate by the university leadership.

Return to Work Survey

The Staff Senate recently sent an invitation to all staff to fill out a survey regarding returning to an on-campus working environment. The results of this survey are now available, and can be viewed below.

Wright State Staff Return to Work Survey (PDF)


News

Online inclusive excellence forum planned for Oct. 12

Wright State students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in an online forum on inclusive excellence and racial inequality on campus, in the region and nationally.

Wright State professor Ahsan Mian elected Fellow by American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Ahsan Mian, associate professor of mechanical and materials engineering, was recognized for his significant contributions in applied mechanics and electronic packaging materials.

Electric energy

Wright State research team receives a $500,000 federal grant to accelerate manufacturing of thermoelectric materials
Joy Gockel, assistant professor of mechanical and materials engineering, and Tanvi Banerjee, associate professor of computer science, received a research grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.