CELINA - A record number of students started classes at Wright State University-Lake Campus as the fall semester began this week.
Enrollment has surpassed 1,600 students for the first time, breaking the previous record of 1,528 students last fall, interim dean Dane Krane told the newspaper. Wright State's total enrollment from both campuses this fall is 15,558 students, according to university information.
"It's always a...
CELINA, OH - The Dean's List for Summer Semester 2019 is now available.
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series following the Wright State University — Lake Campus Police Academy through their training.
The largest class of cadets to enter the Wright State University — Lake Campus Police Academy are on their journey to graduation as the academy held its first class Monday evening. With 19 cadets registered for the academy, there are plenty of young adults working toward earning the badge.
A memorial service is set for Bonnie Mathies, former dean of the Wright State University-Lake Campus and longtime faculty member and administrator at the Dayton Campus.
The family will receive friends Saturday, Aug. 17, at 11 a.m. at Schlientz & Moore Funeral Home, 1632 Wayne Ave. Dayton, Ohio, from 11 a.m. until the memorial service at noon.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to the Bonnie K. Mathies Scholarship with the Western Ohio Education...
Bonnie Mathies, who as dean helped spur the dramatic growth of Wright State University’s Lake Campus after a long career at the Dayton Campus, has passed away.
Services are pending for Mathies, who died Aug. 7, and these arrangements will be announced at a later date.
During Mathies’ eight-year tenure at Lake Campus, the campus experienced surging enrollments, a nearly doubling of bachelor-degree programs, construction of the first residence halls and the purchase of nearly...
University researchers from around the nation joined water quality scientists at Wright State University’s Lake Campus to deepen their understanding of harmful algal blooms.
Research teams from the University of Michigan, Cornell, Virginia Tech and Wayne State gathered at the Lake Campus the week of Aug. 5 to conduct experiments on Grand Lake St. Marys.
The researchers worked with Wright State’s national known wetlands expert Stephen Jacquemin and his student research team on...
A nationally known wetlands expert at Wright State University’s Lake Campus met with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and a high-level working group on water quality.
Steve Jacquemin, associate professor of biology and research coordinator, was invited to the governor’s residence on July 19 to discuss how wetlands can help reduce nutrient runoff and harmful algal blooms.
Jacquemin was joined at the session by the directors and other representatives of the Ohio Environmental Protection...