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 finance professor Carol Wang an expert for Wallet Hub story on credit scores

Excerpt The Myth: Many people assume we each have three, and only three, credit scores, one from each major credit bureau: TransUnion, Experian and Equifax. After all, anyone with a Social Security number who’s ever possessed either a credit card or … Continue reading

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EDNews Daily story: Wright State’s National Model Prepares Engineering Students for Successful Graduation and Beyond

Wright State University is changing the graduation rates for engineering students. Universities across the country are looking for ways to dramatically move the needle on graduation rates of four-year engineering degrees. Continue reading

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Celina Daily Standard story: Knowledge of ancient shark puts spotlight on Wright State professor

Every week is Shark Week for Professor Chuck Ciampaglio of Wright State University-Lake Campus. Continue reading

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DDN story: Wright State may outsource Nutter Center management to boost finances

Wright State vice president of business of finance Jeff Ulliman reported on Friday that there is a “very reasonable chance” the school could avoid entering state fiscal watch. Continue reading

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DDN story: U.S. News ranks 2 Wright State programs in annual ‘best colleges’ list

U.S. News and World Report has released its annual rankings of the best colleges and programs and Wright State University made the list. Continue reading

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story: Wright State’s Katherine Myers is Recognized by Continental’s Who’s Who

Excerpt Katherine L. Myers is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Prominent Professional in the state of Ohio in the field of Higher Education. Katherine is the Assistive Technology Specialist for the Office of Disability Services at Wright State University. Located outside … Continue reading

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DDN story: Wright State boosts number of valedictorians, salutatorians taking classes this fall

Excerpt The number of valedictorians and salutatorians attending Wright State University has increased dramatically over the last five years. Valedictorians and salutatorians enrolled at Wright State has increase by more than 78 percent since 2013, according to the school. There … Continue reading

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DDN story on Wright State: From one-building branch campus to 50 years of service

Excerpt The community, anticipating a need for an increasingly educated workforce, rallied together in the early 1960s to set Wright State University on a path from one-building branch campus to 50 years of service as an independent university. Leaders raised … Continue reading

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Columbus Underground story: Wright State prof’s Pens to Pictures to screen at Wexner

Excerpt Chinonye Chukwu has basically always wanted to make movies. “I’ve wanted to be a filmmaker since I was 13 years old,” says the assistant professor of motion pictures at Wright State University. “I just saw the world through scenes, … Continue reading

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DDN story: Wright State president encourages students to counter hate speech

Excerpt Wright State University is encouraging students to report incidents of campus ‘violence and hatred’ anonymously. WSU president Cheryl Schrader sent a message to counter “negative speech” and “hateful action” on campus, while also being willing to engage in “difficult … Continue reading

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