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!
CELINA, OH - The Dean's List for Fall Semester 2019 is now available.
CELINA, OH – Wright State University – Lake Campus held its 47th Annual Commencement Ceremony on Thursday evening, May 2nd, 2019. Degrees conferred upon the 177 members of the Class of 2019 included 138 bachelor’s degrees and 39 associate degrees. Dr. Jay Albayyari, Lake Campus Dean & Chief Administrative Officer, presided over the ceremony.
A record number of 75 graduating students participated in the ceremony, where graduate Nathan Stoner of Celina was the evening’s student...
CELINA - A group of Wright State University-Lake Campus English majors has launched a forum to discuss novels and their respective film adaptations in an effort to share a love of storytelling with the community.
Stream and Read made its debut in March at the Mercer County District Library, where participants compared and contrasted elements of Shirley Jackson's "The Haunting of Hill House" with clips from the movie and the recent Netflix series that were inspired by the classic tale...