Monthly Archives: October 2017

Raider Open House invites students to visit Wright State

Wright State University Dayton Campus in fall

Potential Wright State students can talk one-on-one with faculty, take a campus tour and learn about different aspects of the university at the Raider Open House on Nov. 4. Continue reading

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College of Science and Mathematics launching novel campus-wide program to boost math success

The remediation program is expected to have a positive impact on graduation rates. Continue reading

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Presidential campaign

Wright State graduate history student Erix Infante creates exhibit on Rutherford B. Hayes at presidential museum

Erix Infante, a graduate history student, plans to pursue a career creating exhibitions for museums after he graduates from Wright State. Continue reading

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Scholarship recipient plans to return home to Guam to assist those with diabetes, sepsis

First-year Boonshoft School of Medicine student receives a four-year scholarship from the National Health Service Corps. Continue reading

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Dayton Jewish Observer: At Wright State, Fiddler becomes a teaching tool, onstage and off

Excerpt It’s the first run-through for Act I, only three weeks from opening, and members of the production team can’t help breaking up with laughter at the homespun quips that volley in front of them. “From such children come other … Continue reading

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Metal master

Wright State alum Brian Joyce making name for himself as president of Metallurgical Solutions in Middletown

After earning his Ph.D. in materials engineering from Wright State, Brian Joyce launched a successful metal-testing company. Continue reading

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Boonshoft School of Medicine researchers find PTSD correlates with suicide attempts

The study found that suicide attempts in trauma survivors are linked to PTSD symptom severity, childhood maltreatment and substance-related problems. Continue reading

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Wright State professor co-authors London School of Economics blog entry about U.S. marijuana policy trends

Excerpt Uncooperative federal government has led to innovation on marijuana policy in more liberal, less religious states. In the past two decades, 29 states and Washington DC have liberalized their laws on the use of medical marijuana – in defiance … Continue reading

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Dayton Daily News reports on Wright State alum who lead saxophone group

Excerpt Saxophones times four will bring the brass to Chamber Music in Yellow Springs’ second concert of the season. The prize-winning saxophone quartet Project Fusion will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, at the First Presbyterian Church. Project Fusion … Continue reading

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A Holocaust survivor remembers

Samuel Heider, a 93-year-old Holocaust survivor, will give a lecture at Wright State on Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Continue reading

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