"I could control someone else’s motions by having the electricity amplify it. It was really creepy, but it was really interesting and very cool, and I liked that.” Check out how Wright State faculty are introducing area high school students to neuroscience: http://bit.ly/1WivLU5
The Wright State baseball team is headed to Louisville, Kentucky, for the NCAA Regionals and will take on Ohio State in its opening game on Friday, June 3, at 2 p.m. >> Read more and view schedule: http://bit.ly/1UrfUPp
Are you following Wright State on Facebook? If you like Tom Hanks, then you NEED to do so by April 19 so you can watch the LIVE broadcast of him dedicating this new Tom Hanks Center for Motion Pictures!
Now available! Degree-seeking Wright State students registered for Fall Semester should visit http://bit.ly/WrightStateDebateTicketInfo for more info about participating in the Wright State Debate. Non-students can email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer to help with the debate. Include your name, contact information, and area of interest. #WrightStateDebate
He's here! Tom Hanks met with Wright State students for a Q&A session this morning. This afternoon (April 19), tune into our Facebook page between and 3 and 4 p.m. to watch a LIVE STREAM of the Tom Hanks Center for Motion Pictures Dedication >> http://www.facebook.com/WrightStateUniversity