(WDTN, August 22) Dayton's Wright State University will be teaming up with the Drug Enforcement Administration's 360 project. The 360 initiative was created to fight opioid addiction in the local community.
Since many students at the school hope to become medical professionals one day, they could play a key role in how opioid addiction is addressed and treated in the future.
“The medical industry is changing really fast. For a university this is an opportunity for us to sort of change the mix of how we operate some of our training curriculum,” the school’s Dean of Education and Human Services told the WDTN.
Wright State students will be on hand for the "Power of You" summit in October 2017. Read more.