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Cuba connection

Wright State’s Gina Oswald gets up-close view of disability services in Caribbean nation
Gina Oswald

Gina Oswald, director of the Rehabilitation Services and Transition To Work programs, spent a week in Havana with a national delegation exploring disability services in Cuba. Continue reading

Difference maker

Longtime professional psychology professor James Dobbins to retire
Professor James Dobbins

James Dobbins, a charter faculty member of Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology, will retire this summer after 35 years at the university. Continue reading

Fishing expedition

Biologist Stephen Jacquemin brings worldly experience to quest for new generation of nature lovers
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Biologist Stephen Jacquemin uses a variety of worldly experience to inspire a new generation of nature lovers. Continue reading

Fen Yen

Vital wetland owes existence to biology professor Jim Amon
Jim Amon in the Beaver Creek Wetlands

Retired Wright State biology professor Jim Amon has spent the past 25 years helping preserve and restore a vital wetlands. Continue reading

Wright State’s Clark Kent

Craig This goes beyond his day job to make a difference on campus
Craig This

Wright State staff member Craig This goes beyond his day job to make a difference in the lives of students, faculty and staff on campus. Continue reading

South of the border: Erendira López-García’s job at Wright State followed a twisting career path

Erendira López-García

After working as a dentist and teaching in Mexico, Erendira López-García is now associate director of clinical training in Wright State’s Office of Disability Services. Continue reading

Body guard: Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao improving use of surgical robotics

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao

Wright State medical researcher Caroline Cao is investigating how to improve the use of surgical robotics in abdominal surgery. Continue reading

Nerve center: New neuroscience researcher brings unique talents, perspective

Debra Ann Mayes

A stroke gave Wright State neuroscientist Debra Ann Mayes a unique perspective on rehabilitation, neurological therapy and regeneration. Continue reading

The Science of Teaching Science: Wright State researchers work to change traditional model

Lisa Kenyon, Jeannette Loyer and Mackenzie English

Wright State researchers are helping change the traditional model for teaching science by making learning more meaningful for students and moving them into a higher form of reasoning. Continue reading

Putting on a Clinic

Psychotherapist J. Scott Fraser to retire after 23-year career at Wright State
Scott Fraser

Psychotherapist, professor and author J. Scott Fraser is retiring after 23 years at Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology. Continue reading