Monthly Archives: May 2014

Video—Wright State program recruits Iraqi students

A Wright State University program is helping bright minds from Iraq get an education in Dayton, and it’s what’s working in the Miami Valley. It’s all part of an international partnership between the US Department of State and the Iraqi government. … Continue reading

Posted in Enrollment Management, International Students, Wright State in the News |

Matters of democracy

Wright State researcher Pramod Kantha studies political transition of his native Nepal
Pramod Kantha

Wright State professor Pramod Kantha is writing a book on Nepal’s transition from a monarchy to a democratic republic. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Faculty, Home news sidebar, International Students, Liberal Arts, News, Political Science, Research |

Vest excited, humbled to land pro contract

Excerpt The class that could have helped Matt Vest the most in his first job after graduating college is one he didn’t take in four years at Wright State. “I don’t know any German, so I guess I’ll have to … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Boonshoft School of Medicine seminar to focus on diabetes in Montgomery County

June 10 seminar will explore the high rate of diabetes in Montgomery County and its connection to county health disparities. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Center for Global Health, Center for Healthy Communities, Home news sidebar, Medicine, News |

Winning numbers: Harry Khamis named American Statistical Association Fellow

Harry Khamis

Wright State statistics professor Harry Khamis named an American Statistical Association Fellow, a prestigious distinction honoring those at the top of the numbers profession. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Faculty, Home news sidebar, Mathematics & Statistics, News, Science & Mathematics |

Video—Medical students give students physicals

Medical students and 5-year-olds working together and learning important lessons from one another. First-year med students from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine gave free check-ups to 35 Kiser kindergarteners Friday. The med students conducted non-invasive physical exams under … Continue reading

Posted in Community Service, Medicine, Wright State in the News |

Excellence to the Core

Students and faculty honored for writing and teaching achievements
Joe Law, Rebecca Wynn and Wright State President David R. Hopkins

Wright State students and faculty honored for Writing Across the Curriculum achievements and teaching Wright State Core courses. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Awards, Business, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, Faculty, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Nursing & Health, Science & Mathematics |

Nashville singer-songwriter Travis Meadows to visit Wright State

Travis Meadows

Country musician Travis Meadows will perform and discuss his amazing life on May 20 in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Arts Scene, Education & Human Services, Home news sidebar, News |

Grant assists families supported by Boonshoft School of Medicine Center for Healthy Communities

Low-income families served by the Wright State’s Kinship Caregiver Coalition to receive funds to file for custody of kinship children. Continue reading

Posted in Center for Global Health, Center for Healthy Communities, Community Service, Home news sidebar, Medicine, News |

Alumni and their art return to Stein Galleries for new exhibition

Point of View by John Benton '76

Latest exhibition at the Stein Galleries features artwork from more than 80 Wright State alumni. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Art and Art History, Arts Scene, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries |