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The program will offer non-credit courses to anyone interested throughout the month of June. For information, call the Wright State University-Lake Campus Business Enterprise Center at 419-586-0355 or email [email protected] Findlay artist to showcase art ...

Dayton Daily News
The Wright State University Lake Campus has been closed for the day because of inclement weather, according to the school’s website. All classes and activities at the campus, located in Mercer County, are cancelled because of “the flood warning in ...

The Daily Standard
CELINA - Wright State University-Lake Campus is adding a medical program that focuses on rural practices. Dr. Margaret Dunn, dean of the Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, spoke to about 20 lake campus faculty, staff and local hospital representatives ...

The Daily Standard
CELINA - Bonnie Mathies leaves behind a strong legacy after retiring June 30 after five years as dean at Wright State University-Lake Campus. During her tenure, campus enrollment grew from 845 to 1,147. The number of bachelor's degrees offered rose from ...

Sidney Daily News
Wright State University - Lake Campus students who received their MBA degrees were, front row , left to right, Rachel Schmitt ,works at Midwest Logistics Systems, Courtney Donovan, works at Wright State Lake Campus, and Angie King, who is the Mercer County ...

Sidney Daily News
CELINA — The Business Enterprise Center (BEC) at Wright State University-Lake Campus has announced noncredit classes for business professionals. The following courses will be offered this fall: • Advanced Access, for experienced Access users ...

Richard Parrish | The Lima News Gaerid Littler of Elida competes during Saturday’s Celina Rotary Cross Country Invitational at Wright State University – Lake Campus. CELINA — Those long summer miles will eventually pay off. For St. Henry’s cross ...

The Van Wert Independent
For both sessions, the cost is only $160 per person. To register for any classes or to get information about the BEC programs, call the Wright State University-Lake Campus Business Enterprise Center at 419.586.0355 or email

Times Bulletin
(school superintendent, medical doctor, policeman, business man, Wright State University Lake Campus employee) These dancers have been practicing since June and working hard to raise money through various events.

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