Author Archives: Seth Bauguess

Wright State, Kimberly Barrett recognized by Dayton NAACP with Community Outreach Award

Photo of Kimberly Barrett, who is Wright State University’s new Vice President—Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement.

Dayton Unit NAACP honors Wright State, Kimberly Barrett for promoting citizen and employee engagement in the community. Continue reading

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State taps eagle-eyed Wright State student for service committee

Adrian Hill interviewing a veteran

Wright State student Adrian Hill works in Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center’s and was named to the state’s committee on service and volunteerism. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Community Service, Education & Human Services, Homepage feature rotator, Military & Veterans, News, Special Categories, Student profiles, Teacher Education |

In memoriam: Laurel Elder

Laurel Elder

Laurel Elder, associate professor in the Department of Pathology in Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine, passed away Oct. 2. Continue reading

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Study abroad myth buster

Annual fair, increased scholarship support aimed at opening eyes, doors for students
(left) Wright State student Hannah Dos Santos, studied abroad in Morocco in the fall of 2013. Dos Santos is an international studies major who went abroad to study arabic.

A growing effort by Wright State to increase both scholarship money for travel abroad and encounters with students who have already done it is under way. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Business, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, International Studies, Liberal Arts, Modern Languages, News, Nursing & Health, Offices, Science & Mathematics, Special Categories, University Center for International Education |

Wright State professor among experts commenting on NFL’s domestic violence problem

College of Liberal Arts logo.jpg

I have been asked to comment on a recent piece in the NY Times about the aftermath of allegations against NFL players concerning intimate partner violence and child abuse, and its possible impact on female fandom. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, For the Media, Liberal Arts, News, Sociology and Anthropology, Wright State in the News |

Mars mission science team includes Wright State professor, OhioLINK patron

Concept illustration of the MAVEN spacecraft near Mars

Excerpt Wright State University Research Professor Jane L. Fox, Ph.D., is waiting eagerly for MAVEN—short for Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN—to swing gently into the orbit of Mars. A faculty member since 1995, Fox has been studying planetary atmospheres since … Continue reading

Posted in Physics, Science & Mathematics, Wright State in the News |

Greene County Career Center students participate in exercises at Calamityville

(Middle) GCCC student Zach George was carried out and evacuated as a casualty during the exorcise.

Is there a better way to learn firsthand about homeland security and the link it has to medical preparedness than to serve as role players in a medical training course for law enforcement professionals? Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Education & Human Services, Home news sidebar, Leadership Studies, News, Special Categories, Teacher Education |

Serbian delegates to visit campus, learn about LGBT domestic violence issues from international expert, others

Claire Renzetti

This week, Wright State University is welcoming a group of delegates from Serbia who are visiting Dayton to learn more about best practices to mediate and mitigate domestic violence.
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Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Education & Human Services, Home news sidebar, Human Services, Liberal Arts, News, Sociology and Anthropology, Special Categories, Women's Center |

Student Health Services ready to help with seasonal illnesses

Student Health Services Director Leatha Ross advises regular hand washing, covered coughing and high fluid intake to lesson chances of contracting a virus.

We’ve all seen and read the stories. Flu season is just around the corner; the mumps has returned to Ohio, a respiratory virus is hitting the Midwest hard, national coverage on Ebola has been non-stop. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Business, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, Graduate, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, Liberal Arts, News, Nursing & Health, Offices, Science & Mathematics, Special Categories, University College |

Julian G. Cambronero recognized with prestigious award in Spain, planned successful research conference in New York

Julian G. Cambronero, Ph.D. speaking in his birth town of Manzanares, Spain after receiving the “Hijo Predilecto de la Ciudad” award.

The professor of biochemistry and molecular biology organized an international academic conference and received a prestigious award in his hometown in Spain. Continue reading

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