Monthly Archives: September 2012

Wright State professor has role in next Mars mission

Concept illustration of the MAVEN spacecraft near Mars

The Department of Physics professor is a member of the science team for Mars MAVEN, next in line for a ride to the Red Planet. Continue reading

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Wright State to house African Leadership Institute headquarters

((Excerpt)) A new agreement will bring African leaders to Wright State University for training. The Wright State Institute for Defense Studies and Education and its Center for Professional Education signed a memorandum of understanding with the African Leadership Institute to … Continue reading

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Disaster dogs focus of training clinic at Calamityville

Participants at the Working Dog Critical Care Clinic received classroom instruction on evaluating their dogs’ conditions and the skills the handlers would need to treat the injuries.

Trainers at the Working Dog Critical Care Clinic instructed handlers on how to treat their injured canines when immediate medical care isn’t available. Continue reading

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Boonshoft School of Medicine M.D./Ph.D. student recognized internationally for research

Photo of Adam Deardorff

At an International Motoneuron Meeting in Australia, Adam Deardorff was recognized by leading scientists and clinicians from North America, Europe and Australasia with an award for the best oral presentation by a student. Continue reading

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The Miracle Worker Review – Wright State University – The Special Relationship

((Excerpt)) Wright State University opens its 38th season with a wonderfully heartfelt production of William Gibson’s 1959 Tony Award-winning drama “The Miracle Worker,” the compelling account of Helen Keller and her teacher Annie Sullivan set in Tuscumbia, Alabama and based … Continue reading

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High school students to get taste of investing at Wright State

Photo of the Trading Center

Wright State’s Center for Economic Education at the Raj Soin College of Business will host 60 high school students and five teachers/administrators from Belmont High School on Sept. 28. Continue reading

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New website connects students who want to buy or sell textbooks

((Excerpt)) Joe Lammers has launched a new website for college students who want to buy or sell textbooks without some of the potential hazards of the exchange. The collegemiddle.com site is a place where students and other people on campus … Continue reading

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Wright State to train African leaders

Photo of Vikram Sethi and Iyorwuese Hagher

Wright State University will host senior and up-and-coming leaders from African nations under a new agreement with an African leadership organization. Continue reading

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Delegations from two Chinese universities to visit Wright State

Photo of Chinese students at a picnic table

Representatives from Xi’an University of Arts and Science and the Dalian Institute of Science and Technology will spend several days at Wright State beginning Sept. 26. Continue reading

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Orthopaedic symposium to focus on musculoskeletal care

Boonshoft School of Medicine

This course will offer all members of the medical and recovery teams information on caring for a wide range of musculoskeletal patients. Continue reading

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