Monthly Archives: July 2014

Wright State’s Jennie Buckwalter reflects on Leadership Dayton experience

Jennie Buckwalter

Through Leadership Dayton program, Wright State’s Jennie Buckwalter develops new connections that will help enhance her ability to engage with the community. Continue reading

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Local high school students win business boot camp challenge, scholarship money at Wright State

The Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University held its second annual Professional Business Institute from July 20 to 23 in partnership with WesBanco, Scene75, Young’s Jersey Dairy and Wright State’s Small Business Development Center. Continue reading

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Old man on campus

Wright State grad Barry Brownstein chronicles return to college and rock-my-world career change
Barry Brownstein

Wright State grad Barry Brownstein chronicles his decision to return to college and change careers at age 58 in new book. Continue reading

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WSU app provides info at the tip of your fingers

Excerpt Computing and telecommunication services at Wright State is preparing to deploy a mobile application that will link to Android and Apple devices. This app is designed to provide members of the Wright State community with information quickly and easily. … Continue reading

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Painting the town

Wright State grad Megan Smallwood creates street mural for Dayton neighborhood
Megan Smallwood with the mural

Wright State fine arts graduate Megan Smallwood spent nearly a year working with volunteers to paint a large colorful mural in an east Dayton neighborhood. Continue reading

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WSU installing car charging stations

Excerpt Wright State University is installing four vehicle-charging stations on campus for drivers of electric and hybrid plug-in cars. Two of the charging stations are located in Lot 1A next to the Russ Engineering building. The other two are in … Continue reading

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Going Up: New elevator signs to encourage priority for students with disabilities

Megan Gillespie

Student Government designs signs encouraging the community to give priority elevator access to people with disabilities, the elderly, pregnant women and people with small children. Continue reading

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CUPA taps political veteran, Dayton business expert to take center to ‘the next level’

CUPA taps political veteran, Dayton business expert to take center to ‘the next level’

He’s a politically savvy professional with big ideas and the networking skills and contacts to bring in new work. Continue reading

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University Professor

Ronald Markert
Ronald Markert

Trained as an educational psychologist, Ronald J. Markert, Ph.D., has over 40 years of experience in U.S. medical schools, including 28 years at… Continue reading

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Trustees’ Award for Faculty Excellence

James Menart
James Menart

Since he joined the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering in 1996, James Menart, Ph.D., has been a long-standing leader… Continue reading

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