Author Archives: Bob Mihalek

Wright State Theatre presents Bertolt Brecht’s drama ‘Mother Courage and Her Children’

Wright State Theatre’s production of “Mother Courage and Her Children,” by Bertolt Brecht, runs from Feb. 13 to Feb. 17 in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

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Emerging Choreographers Concert will feature new works by Wright State dance majors

Junior and senior dance majors will premiere new works Feb. 15–17 in DanceSpace 170 in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

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Dayton.com: Wright State, Human Race remember musician and teacher Scot Woolley

The local, regional and national arts community is mourning the loss of Scot Woolley, a gifted musical director, arranger, composer, superb pianist, and impactful music professor and vocal coach who died Saturday, Jan. 26, having suffered a medical emergency while … Continue reading

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SOPP research cited by DDN

Duke E. Ellis Human Development Institute

Research by Jeff Cigrang, associate professor in the Wright State School of Professional Psychology, and his doctoral students is cited in an article in the Dayton Daily News on the city of Dayton’s efforts to curb prostitution. Cigrang found that nearly all … Continue reading

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Social work grad returns to Wright State to advocate for student survivors

Corrie Pleska, a licensed social worker, provides support and resources to student survivors of power-based violence, including domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Continue reading

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ABC 22: Wright State holds Draft Day for 10-year-old battling serious illness

Fans in the Nutter Center Thursday night were going wild for more than just the basketball game. JJ Hill is just 10 years old, but he’s signed on to be Wright State University’s newest golfer. While he’s a little younger … Continue reading

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Dayton.com: Wright State grad goes from ‘single mom working two jobs’ to Oscar nominee for ‘Black Panther’

A Wright State graduate might soon add an Oscar to her trophy case. Hannah Beachler, a Centerville-raised graduate of that university’s film and production design program, has been nominated for the Production Design Academy Award for her work on the … Continue reading

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Wright State film grad Hannah Beachler nominated for Oscar for her work on ‘Black Panther’

Hannah Beachler, who graduated from Wright State in 2005, is the first African American to receive an Oscar nomination in the Best Production Design category. Continue reading

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Chartwells offering numerous promotions

Students can sample food and beverage offered by on-campus dining locations during a Vendor Fair on Jan. 24. Continue reading

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DDN: Wright State’s women’s bowling one of top teams in nation

Being the “best blue collar team in the country” is a point of pride for the Wright State Raiders. The Wright State women’s team is currently the top-ranked club bowling team in the country while the men are No. 3. … Continue reading

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