Author Archives: Seth Bauguess

About Seth Bauguess

Born in Lexington, KY and raised in Cincinnati, OH Seth Bauguess graduated from the University's of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music in 2001 with a BA in electronic media. In 2013 he earned his MBA from Wright State University's Raj Soin College of Business. Currently Wright State's director of Communications, Bauguess has worked in public relations at Wright State since 2010. Before joining the university, Bauguess worked for ten years as a general assignment television news reporter at WKEF and WRGT in Dayton, OH, WMGT in Macon, GA and WKAG in Hopkinsville, KY.

Wright State basketball player injured in off-campus accident

Wright State men’s basketball coach Scott Nagy met with the local media and shared his thoughts and feelings for Custer and how the team was responding to the news. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Home news sidebar, Homepage Photos and Video, News, People of Wright State, Special Categories |

Wright State to host lecture series on leading for positive change

Breakfast lecture Thursday, April 6, will feature world-renowned speaker and author Robert Quinn, who has written 18 books on leadership. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Business, Faculty & Staff, Home news sidebar |

Stage set for annual ArtsGala at Wright State

ArtsGala, which raises funds for arts scholarships for Wright State students, takes place April 8 in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Art and Art History, Arts Scene, CELIA, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, Music, News, Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures |

Sol LeWitt lecture and gallery opening set for March 12

A geometrical wall drawing by artist Sol LeWitt was re-installed in the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Art and Art History, Arts Scene, CELIA, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries |

Dayton-area lab mines Twitter to make predictions

Excerpt From data, leaders of local tech start-up Cognovi Labs say they read the future — confirming predictions about how people vote, what they buy and even whether they’re depressed. Cognovi co-founders Amit Sheth and James Mainord are commercializing a … Continue reading

Posted in Faculty & Staff, Wright State in the News |

Wright State offering 20 percent rebate again on cost of undergrad summer classes

Wright State undergraduate students from Ohio can save up to 20 percent on tuition by taking undergraduate classes during the summer semester, under the university’s Summer Tuition Rebate plan. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Business, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, Lake Campus, Liberal Arts, News, Nursing & Health, Science & Mathematics, Undergraduate, University College |

Eight years and counting: Wright State still ‘military friendly’

For the second time in as many weeks, Wright State University was honored for its support and service to veterans and military students. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Air Force ROTC, Army ROTC, Around Campus, Graduate, Home news sidebar, Military & Veterans, News |

Nontraditional Wright State student named Presidential Scholar

Excerpt Pamela Nelson is a nontraditional nursing student who is in her senior year at Wright State University. Nelson was awarded the Presidential Scholar title now that she is pursuing her second college degree some 10 years after her first … Continue reading

Posted in For the Media, Wright State in the News |

Wright State named to Best for Vets list

It is latest in a series of accolades and designations for Wright State that have praised how the university serves veteran and military students and their connected families. Continue reading

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Wright State researchers monitor debates in election ‘War Room’

Excerpt Donald Trump gets mentioned on Twitter three times more than Hillary Clinton, but researchers at Wright State University said it’s the hashtags that provide clues to whose Ohio supporters will turn out for the November election. While millions watched … Continue reading

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