Teacher Education

Lake effect

Wright State’s Bonnie Mathies leaving lasting legacy at Lake Campus
Bonnie Mathies near Grand Lake St. Marys

As dean of Wright State’s Lake Campus, Bonnie Mathies oversaw surging enrollments, a nearly doubling of bachelor-degree programs and the purchase of nearly 40 acres for expansion. 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

Wright State’s Shelley Goldenberg honored as Woman of Valor

Kim and Shelley Goldenberg at ArtsGala

Former Wright State First Lady Shelley Goldenberg honored for her generosity of heart that supports Beth Abraham’s commitment to foster social action and remain a vital force in the community. 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

Wright State ERC director donates hundreds of books to Fairborn schools

Stephanie Bange

Stephanie Bange donates books she received as a member of the prestigious 2015 Newbery Award committee. Continue reading

Wright State’s Adrian Hill honored as Ohio Student Employee of the Year

Student veteran Adrian Hill was named the Ohio and and Wright State Student Employee of the Year. He is pictured with Kim Gilliam, associate director of Career Services, and Seth Gordon, Veteran and Military Center director.

Student veteran Adrian Hill honored by Wright State officials as both the Ohio and university Student Employee of the Year. Continue reading

Fitting fellow

Wright State alumna Beverly Stambaugh serving as Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow in nation’s capital
Beverly Stambaugh

Wright State alumna and middle school teacher Beverly Stambaugh is working with the National Science Foundation as an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow. Continue reading

English is her 5th language

Faty Diallo

Excerpt Now a senior at Wright State and still living in Cincinnati, Diallo plans to use her language skills to help other students. “I’m a future teacher in the making, so understanding all these languages will help me be more … Continue reading

YSI donates water testing equipment to Wright State education students

Chris Cushman using pH meter

Donated pH meters will help Wright State education students develop skills critical to teaching how to preserve water quality. Continue reading

Mentoring magic

Bolinga Center’s Ujima program boosting first-year African-American students’ success
Andrew-Bryce Hudson and Alfred Harper

Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center mentoring program is helping to boost success of first-year African-American students. Continue reading