Have you ever wondered what it would be like to streak across campus? Well now is the closest you are going to get in Wright State's new Nearly Naked Mile. Participants are asked to strip down to as little clothes as they feel comfortable, going no farther than swimming attire. Once stripped down the real fun begins as you embark ona mile run around campus in the chill October weather. Partnering with goodwill the shedded clothes will be donated. Should you wish to donate more clothes than what you take off we will be more than willing to accept extra donations.
The Office of Student Activities is seeking alumni volunteers to serve on the Alumni Interview Committee for the 2013 Homecoming Court. The committee will read all royalty applications, interview and select the finalists that will be named to Homecoming Court. Wright State students will then use the list of finalists to vote for the 2013 Homecoming King and Queen during the week of October 7, 2013.
Has it been a while since your last time on campus? Have you been thinking lately that it would be fun to catch up with your college friends and relive the fun you had as students?
Homecoming 2013, Friday through Saturday, October 11–12, will be an opportunity to reconnect with people you bonded with during one of the most special times of your life. This year's Homecoming features many activities and will host two—yes two!—tailgate parties on Saturday, October 12.
The Lake Campus Alumni Network is proud to announce its first scholarship awards for the upcoming academic year. The Lake Campus Alumni Network Scholarship Fund was established in 2011, one of the Alumni Association’s newest scholarships. Congratulations to the fund’s first award recipients:
Katelynn McDaniel, Psychology 2016
Holly Sudhoff, Accounting 2015
Dan E. Krane is a Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio where he has been a faculty member since 1993 and where he currently serves as the President of the Faculty. He also serves as the chair of the Ohio Faculty Council which represents the faculty at all 13 of the four-year public universities in Ohio and has been named a fellow of the American Council of Education. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree for a double major in Biology and Chemistry from John Carroll University and a Ph.D.