Wright State University’s annual Campus Scholarship and Innovation Campaign will launch with a takeoff event on March 10 at 2 p.m. in the Student Union Endeavour Room.
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The Wright State University Alumni Association continually strives to provide our members with a wide variety of benefits. Take a moment to review the below information and to learn more about how you can get involved.
As an alumni you can show your commitment to helping Wright State students achieve their dream of a college education.
Emilie Fillion, who completed her playing career for the Wright State women's soccer team this past fall, has signed a professional contract with FC Twente of the Dutch Premier League.
Greg Pitz, who obtained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physics from Wright State University, was among those honored by President Obama as among the nation’s outstanding early career scientists.
We begin 2014 with a tip of the hat to the best feel-good story of 2013.
Wright State University honored more than 1,700 graduates during its Fall 2013 Commencement ceremony Dec. 14 in the Wright State Nutter Center.
Wright State University President David R. Hopkins challenged graduates at the 2013 Fall Commencement to prove themselves “mentally strong” in the future. “We want to prepare you to have not only the intellectual capabilities but the mental strength to deal …
Wright State graduates will celebrate their accomplishments, and those of a university that prides itself on extending the ladder of educational opportunity, during the 2013 Fall Commencement on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Nutter Center.
It’s something we often take for granted. We assume the air we breathe is not polluted. We assume the food we eat at restaurants won’t make us sick...
Wright State University honored more than 2,000 graduates during its spring 2013 commencement ceremony April 27 in the Wright State Nutter Center.
A project manager at the Wright State Research Institute and seven Wright State University alumni are among the “Forty Under 40” award winners who will be honored by the Dayton Business Journal.
Each year the Wright State University Alumni Association coordinates the Outstanding Alumni Awards, allowing each college or school at the university to recognize former students who have gone on to make exceptional contributions to their professional fields while giving back to their communities.
When you think back on your time at Wright State, and in particular the College of Science and Mathematics, there may be a class, lab experience, internship or faculty member that is recognized as a meaningful highlight or experience within CoSM. You may also realize that a particular “something” was missing for you…an opportunity, a research stipend, or a need based scholarship. There may be something you would like to create or fund so resources are available today that may not have existed during your student years. Whatever your realization, you can make a difference in the life of a student or faculty member today with a designated gift to a personal area of interest.
Gifts to CoSM can be large or small. They can be undesignated, meaning the college determines how best to utilize the support. Gifts can be also designated which allows you to select a particular CoSM area or initiative to support that is personally meaningful to you or a priority within the college. Gifts can be annual gifts, one-time gifts, multi-year pledges, planned-gifts within your will or estate plans or, a combination of any of the aforementioned. The most important aspect of a designated gift is that it matches your personal interests with how the gift will be utilized within CoSM.