Monthly Archives: February 2013

Boonshoft School of Medicine Phi Rho Sigma Medical Society to host a Day of Caring 2013 pancake brunch on Feb. 24

Medical students from the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine Phi Rho Sigma Medical Society are hosting a Day of Caring 2013 brunch site in White Hall from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Feb. 24… Continue reading

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Lake Campus summit maps global strategies

Filling the pipeline with talented graduates prepared to excel in the global marketplace is a growing need of U.S. companies, business leaders said at the Lake Campus Regional Summit. Continue reading

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Wright State students show off their talent at the ARTSGALA

((Excerpt)) While the art department gets ready for its annual ARTSGALA presentations, this year held on April 6, seniors graduating this spring, summer or fall have another thing to focus on: the senior thesis show held at the Gala. Graduating … Continue reading

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Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine student explores health policy through role with American Medical Association

Alarmed about the number of uninsured Americans—48.6 million—John Corker began studying health policy as an extracurricular passion in 2005 as an undergraduate… Continue reading

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Student gets her second heart transplant and looks forward to returning to Wright State

((Excerpt)) WSU junior Rachel Doseck recently had her second heart transplant and has been in recovery for a month. Doseck had her first transplant at the age of 10,  and for about nine years, she lived a normal life. She … Continue reading

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Wright State student and friend earn honors for anti-bullying work

((Excerpt)) A Southeastern High School student who travels the country with a friend as an anti-bullying spokesman has been selected for two national awards for his work. Scott Hannah, 18, son of Tim and Tracie Hannah of South Charleston, was … Continue reading

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Wright State’s Delta Tau Delta chapter raises money for fellow brother and his family

((Excerpt)) Wright State fraternity Delta Tau Delta has raised over $5,000 to support the family of the late Christina Maddock, according to fraternity member Kameron Smith. Her brother, Jimmy Maddock, is the president of the fraternity. Christina Maddock died Friday … Continue reading

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Student sees herself in Latino youths

Photo of Kathryn Brown

Mentoring Latino teens sends volts of motivation through Wright State University student Kathryn Brown… Continue reading

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Video—Wright State physics professor says meteor strikes often too small to track in advance

WHIO-TV Channel 7′s Yuna Lee talks to Wright State University Assistant Professor of Physics Jason Deibel about the meteor that struck Russia and the asteroid set to pass earth later that day. Watch the story at http://mms.tveyes.com/PlaybackPortal.aspx?SavedEditID=c6272639-b8d4-4925-af1a-dd602988620a Watch video of … Continue reading

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Blasting Off—first graduating class from Dayton Regional STEM School ready to launch

Photo of students in class at the Dayton Regional STEM School in Kettering, Ohio.

Since attending the Dayton Regional STEM School, Bradley Hensley has learned Mandarin Chinese, built a coffee table out of cardboard based on a design by… Continue reading

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