Faculty

Wright State’s Donna Schlagheck honored at Ohio House of Representatives

Donna Schlagheck and Cliff Rosenberger

Ohio House Speaker and Wright State grad Cliff Rosenberger read a commendation of professor Donna Schlagheck in the House chamber May 20. Continue reading

War and peace

Wright State English professor Andrew Strombeck teaches a course on conflict and peace in literature
Andrew Strombeck in his office

Wright State English professor Andrew Strombeck uses works from Dayton Literary Peace Prize winners in a course how literature addresses conflict and promotes peace. Continue reading

Image worship

Wright State’s Nasser Kashou growing student research stars in his biomedical engineering imaging lab
Nasser Kashou and students from his biomedical imaging lab.

Assistant engineering professor Nasser Kashou has turned his biomedical imaging lab into a petri dish that grows student research stars. Continue reading

League of their own

Wright State’s Scott Peterson chronicles historic 1890 baseball season in new book
Scott Peterson with his new book and old newspapers

A new book by Wright State communication professor Scott Peterson examines a pivotal year in baseball’s history and the development of sports journalism. Continue reading

Joseph Keferl named dean of the College of Education and Human Services

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Joseph Keferl, a longtime Wright State faculty member, administrator and alumnus, will assume the position of dean in January and will begin serving as dean-elect in October. Continue reading

NIH awards Boonshoft School of Medicine researchers $2.8M grant to study craniofacial growth in pediatric patients

NIH awards Boonshoft School of Medicine researchers $2.8M grant to study craniofacial growth in pediatric patients

Researchers from the Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine and several other universities received grant to conduct the largest study of craniofacial growth in different facial types in the world. Continue reading

Wearing thin

Wright State to play role in national research/prevention study on body dissatisfaction and eating disorders
Professional Psychology students and professor

Wright State Professional Psychology students will participate in the Body Project, a national research study on body dissatisfaction and eating disorders. Continue reading

Apocalypse now

Wright State’s Andrea Harris teaches course that explores social significance of zombie films in pop culture
Students watching zombie film

Wright State lecturer Andrea Harris teaches a course that explores the social significance of zombie films and television shows in pop culture. Continue reading

Radar dominance

Wright State’s Brian Rigling named top radar engineer
Brian Rigling in lab

Wright State engineering professor Brian Rigling honored as top radar engineer by world’s largest association of technical professionals. Continue reading

Film by Wright State faculty member Steven Bognar in New York Times

Andy Holyoke at the Little Art Theatre

Filmmaker and Wright State faculty member Steven Bognar wrote about the decline of 35-millimeter projection in movie theaters in The New York Times. Published as an op-doc, Bognar’s article features his short film “Last Reel,” which chronicles the final days … Continue reading