The first annual Lake Campus Research Symposium was held in 2016.The event was centered around 20+ research projects presented by 30+ faculty and students and was attended by over 150 people from the campus community. Since then, the event has grown to include even more projects and garnered increasing amounts of support from the community.
The internal grant program that was launched in 2015 continues to provide research support to both faculty and students. To date, the program has been instrumental in providing opportunities for both students and faculty to expand their education through research and has helped catalyze many peer reviewed research articles, external funding, and successful projects of all kinds.
The program continues to hold various research related workshops on building proposals, writing research papers, or identifying external grant support.
Faculty and faculty mentored students have produced 100+ units of research spanning peer reviewed journal articles, contracts and grants, books, book chapters, book reviews, novelettes, reference works, short fiction works, plays, and scholarly presentations
For more information, please explore the research reports from the campus over the past few years!
He’s seen it all. All 50 years of it.
Kip Wright watched Wright State University’s Lake Campus be born in 1969. Since then he has earned two degrees there, was commander and now instructor at its police academy and is currently the campus’ conduct officer.
And if there is a person who has been more active in the Lake Campus Alumni Network over the past 25 years than the 69-year-old Wright, one would be hard-pressed to name them.
“When people think of Kip, they think...
Students at Wright State University’s Lake Campus took a pivotal step in pursuing their nursing degree at the College of Nursing and Health’s fourth annual Induction Ceremony in Dicke Hall. The ceremony is a rite of passage for the 27 sophomores, who have a projected graduation date of May 2022.
“I chose this career because I want to make an impact on others and give back to the community,” said Lydia Schmitz, a nursing student from Fort Recovery.
Family and friends were in...
The Wright State Lake Campus has raised the curtain on a major building project that features a new library and a simulation center for nursing students.
The grand opening of the extension to Andrews Hall on Oct. 10 attracted top state government officials as well as Wright State and local business and community leaders.
“I have always said that the Lake Campus is a true gem,” said Wright State President Cheryl B. Schrader. “The extension to Andrews Hall is the newest stone...
Join us on Wright State University’s founders' day, October 1 – Wright Day to Give!
Join fellow alumni, parents, students and friends from around the world giving back to Wright State University. Every gift, no matter the size, makes a difference. Support the causes closest to your heart – academic area, departments, student groups, athletics, campus organizations, the list goes on and on! Let’s make an impact for all Raiders on the Wright Day to Give.
Every gift, no...
CELINA, OH – The Student’s First Fund was established by Wright State University’s Foundation to provide a source of one-time opportunity funding to support the student experience and must be self-sustaining within two years. The idea behind the grant was to support innovative ideas that assist students to succeed, thrive, persist, graduate and begin their careers.
Betsy Crites, Lecturer of Education and STEM Coordinator at Wright State University - Lake Campus was awarded a Student’...
ST. MARYS - Dan Krane, Wright State University-Lake Campus interim dean, said he is adamant about expanding accessibility to higher education and discussed a new program he said would save students thousands of dollars in textbook costs.
As a first-generation college graduate, Krane told St. Marys Rotarians on Wednesday that he has seen firsthand the difference in his life with a college degree compared with that of his parents. He also has no doubt his...
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...