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:
Alumni Speaker Series: Dr. Michael Robertson '11, '14, '16
THURSDAY, APRIL 8
Virtual, via Webex
FREE, open to the public
Join fellow alumni and current students for our virtual Alumni Speaker Series featuring Dr. Michael Robertson '11, '14, '16! Michael will talk about his Wright State experience and how it shaped who he is today, and will also take questions from attendees. *Registration is REQUIRED
ABOUT Michael Robertson:
Michael J Robertson is a three time Wright State graduate (BS Biomedical Engineering 2011, MBA 2014, and MD 2016). He was active in the campus community during his tenure at Wright State. Michael worked on the Conduct Review Panels for the Office of Community Standards and Student Conduct serving as chair and helping with the new Director search committee. He was a tutor and supplemental instruction leader for the Wrightmath program. Additionally, he worked with the African American Alumni Society to create events such as Project ASPIRE.
After graduation, Michael completed his medical residency at Wright State's Family Medicine Residency Program. He was involved in teaching WSU medical students, and working on community outreach projects like the Ladder, which provides science education and mentorship to regional high schools. Michael is now a family medicine physician with the Middletown Family Practice in Franklin, Ohio. He continues to help instruct Wright State medical students and family medicine residents. He has been a member of the Wright State Alumni Association’s Board of Directors since 2017 and currently serves as the vice president.
This event will be held via Webex and registration is required. A Webex link will be sent via email upon registration.