Monthly Archives: October 2011

International Education recognized at Wright State

Photo of a woman at the Malaysia table at the 2010 International Friendship Affair

Students at Wright State University have the opportunity to travel around the globe during their studies, and students from countries as far away as China have traveled to Wright State for the programs it offers. Continue reading

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Wright State gets into the Halloween spirit

Photo of employees from the Library Computing Services Department each dressed as Batman.

The spooky holiday spirit is alive and well at Wright State today. Continue reading

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Small turnout leaves ‘Real World’ auditions real lonely

((Excerpt)) Perhaps 27-year-old, Josh Weston, a fourth-year in communications at Wright State, was one of the people they “liked.” “Me and another girl got pulled back to talk to the producer a little more,” Weston said. “She said I’m everything … Continue reading

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$5 million software gift to WSU training geologists of the future

((Excerpt)) In a Wright State University lab, seismic and well log information fed into a computer are blooming into colorful, three-dimensional images of underground deposits, rock formations and reservoirs filled with oil and gas. Staring in wonder at the monitor … Continue reading

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Beavercreek’s Dr. William Nahhas saluted in Champions of Hope

((Excerpt)) A moving and poignant ceremony took place at Miami Valley Hospital on Sept. 13, saluting and celebrating four inspiring individuals for their achievements in the battle against cancer. Selected by a committee of community volunteers and area clinicians in … Continue reading

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WCS chooses Wright State grad DeWeese as treasurer

((Excerpt)) Kimberly DeWeese, currently treasurer of New Lebanon Local Schools, has been named the next treasurer of the Wilmington City Schools (WCS). DeWeese earned a bachelor degree in business at Wright State University, with a concentration in human resource management. … Continue reading

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Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to host Nobel Prize winner for lecture

Photo of Sire Paul Nurse.

The Wright State University Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology will present Sir Paul Nurse, Ph.D., the Nobel prize winner who discovered genes that control cell division… Continue reading

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Multicultural Halloween photo gallery

Photo of three people in costumes.

Wright State’s annual Multicultural Halloween event celebrated fall festivities from around the world. Continue reading

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Kick off the holiday season with a Dayton tradition

Photo of the orchestra and choir onstage at the Schuster Center.

The Holidays in the Heartland concert has been a Miami Valley tradition for over 15 years. Continue reading

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Psychology professor attends HERS Institute in Denver

Headshot of Tamera Schneider.

HERS is the premier residential professional development program dedicated to advancing women leaders in higher education administration. Continue reading

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