Alumni Speaker Series

The Wright State Alumni Association is pleased to announce the Alumni Speaker Series, a virtual experience for alumni, friends and the Wright State community to hear from some of our most distinguished alumni. 

Wright State University is always eager to showcase the value of a Wright State education through the successes of its alumni, who have made significant contributions to the economic, social, technological, and artistic growth of the local and global communities. Starting in September 2020, the Wright State Alumni Association will host one nationally significant alumni speaker per month, engaging alumni on a variety of topics.

Upcoming Alumni Speaker Series dates and speakers are:

Virtual Alumni Speaker Series: Eddie McClintock '91

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30

5:30 p.m.
Virtual, via Webex
FREE, open to the public


Join the Wright State Alumni Association for the first installment of the 2020 Alumni Speaker Series, featuring alumnus and actor Eddie McClintock '91. McClintock graduated from Wright State in 1991 with a communications degree.  McClintock will talk about his Wright State experience and how it shaped him and his career and will answer questions from the audience. *Registration is REQUIRED

About Eddie McClintock:

Eddie graduated from Wright State University in 1991 with a bachelor of arts degree in communication studies from the College of Liberal Arts. He was a varsity wrestler on Wright States’ nationally recognized wresting team. Originally an art major, Eddie has worked with James Brown and Maynard Keenan of Tool where he designed the CD cover art for the band Puscifer. After moving to Los Angeles, Eddie developed his interest in acting starting in commercials and moving his way up to series television and feature films.

Eddie portrayed the role of homeland security counter intelligence agent Jack Payne on the USA Network series Shooter, starring Ryan Phillipe and Omar Epps. He also played Secret Service Agent Peter Lattimer on the Syfy series Warehouse 13, the most successful show in the Syfy channel’s history.

He has appeared in 10 pilots, starred in five network series, worked on several TV movies and made well over 45 guest appearances on over 25 different shows. Eddie starred in the series sitcom Stark Raving Mad with Tony Shalhoub and Neil Patrick Harris. This show won the People’s Choice Award. Eddie appeared in the series A.U.S.A. with Scott Foley, Crumbs with Jane Curtin and Fred Savage and Holding the Baby with Jennifer Westfelt. He had recurring roles on Desperate Housewives, Friends, My Boys, Felicity, Ned and Stacey, and Roomates. He appeared in four episodes of Bones as FBI Special Agent Tim Sullivan. Eddie has also guest-starred on Modern Family, The Mentalist, CSI, Sex and the City, Better off Ted, The King of Queens, Supergirl, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., 9-1-1, No Good Nick, and the MacGyver reboot.