Monthly Archives: August 2017

Revolutionary research

Wright State English professor Sharon Lynette Jones will produce book about famous civil rights activist Angela Davis

Sharon Lynette Jones’ new book project will take extensive research and involve visits to archives around the country. Continue reading

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Second Wright Leader Academy kicks off with new cohort of emerging university leaders

The second Wright Leader Academy cohort includes 14 participants from across the university. Continue reading

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Wright State’s Lake Campus embraces, impresses Cheryl B. Schrader during her first presidential visit

Cheryl B. Schrader paid her first visit as Wright State University president to the Lake Campus, meeting with faculty, staff and community leaders. Continue reading

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Wright State faculty to lead community conversations on books of the Dayton Literary Peace Prize

Community conversations pair faculty with community leaders and other experts to facilitate wide-ranging discussion of themes and issues raised in books that have won the award. Continue reading

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Wright State English professor Crystal B. Lake receives National Endowment for Humanities grant

The grant will support work by Crystal B. Lake and a team of researchers to create an innovative scholarly digital edition of “Vetusta Monumenta,” a series of prints documenting rare antiquities. Continue reading

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Wright State names Walter J. Branson vice president for finance and operations, chief business officer

Walter Branson will oversee Wright State’s budgeting, planning, internal audit, human resources, business operations and environmental management functions, as well as the campus grounds, maintenance, physical plant operations and university police. Continue reading

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Robert L. Mott Jr. named medical director of CTRA

Robert Mott is retired U.S. Army colonel with 22 years of experience in population medicine, medical education, research, policy development, international health, corporate medicine and medical leadership. Continue reading

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