Monthly Archives: June 2017

#SMDay: Spot on social

About 250 university professionals and students use Wright State’s social media channels to support recruitment, retention, alumni engagement, donor support and reputation management. Continue reading

Posted in 50th, Academics, Alumni, Alumni Association, Business, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, Faculty & Staff, Graduate, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, Lake Campus, Liberal Arts, Medicine, News, Nursing & Health, Professional Psychology, Science & Mathematics, University College |

Wright State swimming and diving group meets fundraising goal

Successful fundraising efforts by former swimmers and friends mean the Wright State swimming and diving teams will compete during the 2017-18 season. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Home news sidebar, News, Student Union |

Lifeguarding job leads to medical school

Justin Kelley is pursuing a M.D./M.P.H. dual degree at the Boonshoft School of Medicine to prepare for a medical career in health policy and management. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Alumni Association, Alumni Profile, Biology, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, Medical Students, Medicine, News, Physician Leadership Development Program, Science & Mathematics, Student Profile |

Wright State Honors students researching year-round

Megan Neumann, a junior biological sciences major, is one of numerous Wright State Honors students spending the summer conducting research. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Biology, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, News, Research, Science & Mathematics, Student profiles |

Travel scholarship helped medical school graduate aid refugees

Christopher Champlin traveled to Greece to work with Emergency Response Centre International, a NGO that provides assistance to refugees from Turkey. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Alumni Association, BSOM alumni, Community Service, Giving, Home news sidebar, Medical Students, Medicine, News |

Wright State’s Tunnel of Oppression honored by Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education

The Tunnel of Oppression is an eye-opening experience designed to help first-year students at Wright State University appreciate diversity and fight discrimination. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center, Faculty & Staff, Home news sidebar, News, Student Union, University College |

Forbes interviews Wright State expert about Erlich Bachman’s facial hair on HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’

Christopher Oldstone-Moore

Excerpt To learn more about Bachman’s facial hair I turned to Christopher R. Oldstone-Moore, author of Of Beards And Men, The Revealing History of Facial Hair and senior lecturer at Wright State University. I asked him if he could discern … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Katherine Myers discusses how Wright State works with students with a range of disabilities

Katherine Leigh Myers is Assistive Technology Specialist for the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University, where she works with students with a wide range of physical and learning disabilities to help them overcome the many challenges they face … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Getting with the program

College of Education and Human Services launches Program Evaluation certification program

The College of Education and Human Services offers a graduate-level program to train students as certified program evaluators who can work in education, government, business and for nonprofits. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Education & Human Services, Graduate, Home news sidebar, Leadership Studies, News |

Wright State art students’ work on display at Dayton Art Institute part of DDN feature story

Excerpt Each year, the Dayton Art Institute offers four regional college art majors a chance at something big — to exhibit their artwork as a Yeck College Artist Fellow at the prestigious venue. This year’s scholarship winners were Eva Lewis … Continue reading

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