Author Archives: Bob Mihalek

Fairborn Daily Herald profiles Air Force medic preparing for nursing career at Wright State

Excerpt Today, Barberi is a senior in Wright State University’s Veteran Bachelor of Science Nursing program option, a pre-licensure B.S.N. program option for veteran and active duty personnel from the Air Force, Army and Navy who have completed training as … Continue reading

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Dayton Magazine has ‘five questions for Wright State University’s new president’

The June/July issue of the Dayton Magazine features a Q&A with Cheryl B. Schrader, who will join Wright State as president on July 1. Questions posed in the interview include: What made Wright State attractive to you and what will … Continue reading

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WDTN reports on Red Cross mural created by Wright State grad

Excerpt The Red Cross Dayton chapter is celebrating its 100th anniversary in a big way. The chapter will uncover a giant mural painted by Katie Puthoff, a recent graduate from Wright State University. Puthoff painted a mural of two iconic … Continue reading

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Dayton Daily News profiles debut poetry collection by Wright State grad

Excerpt “Poetry is a mystical thing to me,” explains Rita Coleman, a local poet who lives in rural Greene County. Rita’s debut collection of poetry, “And Yet,” will be published in August by Finishing Line Press. “The title of the … Continue reading

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Lucky break

Wright State senior and Air Force veteran Lilia Barberi discovered passion for nursing after basic training injury

After serving as a medic at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Lilia Barberi is preparing for a career in nursing through Wright State’s Veteran Bachelor of Science Nursing program option. Continue reading

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Fairborn Daily Herald reports on Wright State community service project in Nicaragua

Excerpt Families in Nicaragua sometimes have to walk for hours for clean drinking water. Twenty-four Wright State University students decided to help, spending a week working alongside the community to not only change the lives of the families they helped, … Continue reading

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Tom Archdeacon profiles medical school grad, basketball star Alison Bales

Excerpt In mid-March of 2007, the 6-foot-7 Bales — a graduate of Beavercreek High and Duke University — walked onto the stage at the Renaissance Hotel in Cleveland’s Public Square for the first round of the WNBA Draft and was … Continue reading

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WYSO reports on Wright State student breathing new life into historic ‘mixed-race’ settlement of Longtown

In southwest Ohio, about a mile from the Indiana state line, a long-forgotten town with a special place in African American history is struggling to be reborn. Longtown was established nearly 200 years ago in what is now Greenville. The … Continue reading

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Wright State Model UN team honored by Ohio House

For the last 38th years, Wright State’s Model United Nations team has earned a delegation award at the annual national conference in New York City. Continue reading

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Wright State releases details of proposed FY18 budget

The budget proposal aims to put Wright State in a stronger financial position and ensure the university can continue to provide an excellent and affordable education to students. Continue reading

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