Monthly Archives: January 2014

Wright State University Theatre set to perform ‘The Magic Fire’

Wright State University Theatre continues its 39th season in the Festival Playhouse with The Magic Fire Jan. 30–Feb. 9. Continue reading

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The STAC celebrates Digital Learning Day, provides new space for online learners

eLearning Studio in the STAC

Wright State’s Student Technology Assistance Center will showcase its new space for online learners when it celebrates Digital Learning Day on Wednesday, Feb. 5. Continue reading

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Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine professor organizing international conference on inflammation and cancer

Julian Cambronero

Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine professor Julian G. Cambronero will chair an international research conference sponsored by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology this June. Continue reading

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Putting on a Clinic

Psychotherapist J. Scott Fraser to retire after 23-year career at Wright State
Scott Fraser

Psychotherapist, professor and author J. Scott Fraser is retiring after 23 years at Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology. Continue reading

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New directions: Wright State psychology students honored for work on GPS navigation systems

Caitlan Rizzardo

Wright State University student researchers honored for their work to improve GPS navigation systems in motor vehicles. Continue reading

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Wright State among top universities for industrial organizational psychology

Wright State University is among the top third of universities worldwide in faculty research productivity in the field of industrial organizational psychology, a new study shows. Continue reading

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Wright State hosting delegation from Kazakhstan

Officials from the central Asian country of Kazakhstan examining civic activism and volunteerism in the United States will visit Wright State University this week. Continue reading

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Acting professor active this season with Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Bruce Cromer, head of acting in theatre arts, is portraying Claudius in the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet, running through February 9.  He will resume the role of the murderous uncle to the Danish Prince, in Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead, … Continue reading

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Wright State filmmaker Julia Reichert worked on film nominated for Oscar

Wright State filmmaker Julia Reichert served as associate producer on Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Jack Hall, which is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. Continue reading

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University College academic director to speak at national conference

Gerald Nelms, academic director of developmental writing with University College, will speak at the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), a national conference on plagiarism in Indianapolis on March 19. Nelms will present during the session “Plagiarism as Educational … Continue reading

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