• Master of disaster

    Wright State grad student Dan Baker manages emergency plans for the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, coordinating response in a region that includes half a million people, Lake Erie and a nuclear power plant. Continue reading

  • Peace officer

    Wright State philosophy/religion major John Klugh is a soldier in Ahimsa’s Army, the university’s peace and nonviolence club, which he helped found two years ago. Continue reading

  • Tanzania tangent

    A trip to her native Tanzania to shadow doctors and nurses produced lifelong memories for Wright State University pre-med student Aliane Kubwimana. Continue reading

  • Cleveland catch

    Diamond Williams links social work with mental health, community activism. Her early knowledge of Wright State and her father’s connection drew her to the university. Continue reading

  • Thinking it over

    Iraq war veteran Fred Hockney uses the study of philosophy at Wright State University to help unlock the mystery of his experience. Continue reading

  • No quit

    Gwendolyn Reynolds, a 48-year-old single mother, is poised to get her B.A. in social work, overcoming a series of setbacks that would have derailed most other students. Continue reading

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