Human Services

Career finder

Wright State graduate Jeremy Nelson helps adults with disabilities find community employment. Continue reading

Wright State ASL students create Deaf World for their capstone project

Wright State students Gabby Gramkow and Jacqueline Eddingfield had a distinct vision for their sign language interpreting capstone project: a quiet event buzzing with visual activity. Continue reading

National docu-series on Dayton’s heroin use premieres at Wright State

“America Divided,” an eight-part docu-series highlighting different issues of inequality in the United States, was screened at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State faculty honored for excellence in classroom, research and community

Each year Wright State recognizes select faculty members for their outstanding work in the classroom and for excellence in research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement. Continue reading

Flying Fishes

Wright State super alums establish legacy scholarship in the name of their sister

The four Fish sisters were highly involved in campus life as Wright State students in the 1970s. Continue reading

Social butterfly

Wright State alum Teri Dwillis '14 gives wings to young mothers in her role at Catholic Social Services

Wright State alum Teri Dwillis ’14 gives wings to young mothers in her role at Catholic Social Services. Continue reading

Wright State instructors play key role in Montgomery County drug abuse prevention contest

The winner of a Montgomery County Drug-Free Coalition poster and poetry contest will have the option of selecting a scholarship to Wright State. Continue reading

Education’s lifeguard

Program expansion, partnerships are retiring Dean Charlotte Harris' legacy

Charlotte Harris, who will retire as dean of the College of Education and Human Services at the end of the year, reflects on her career in academia. Continue reading

Students express creativity at event recognizing Mental Health Awareness Week

Students and community members expressed themselves on canvas during a Paint Your Personality event in honor of Mental Health Awareness Week. Continue reading

French lesson

Wright State’s Carine Verlin spins life’s challenges into gold
Carline Verlin in Wright State’s Friendship Food Pantry

Carine Verlin grew up in France and later weathered significant challenges. Today, the 43-year-old is a graduate student at Wright State with a psychology degree and is steaming toward a double master’s degree. Continue reading