Graduate

More than skin deep

Wright State alum Katherine Heminger excels as a scientist with Procter and Gamble

Katherine Heminger returned to the university to teach a seminar and meet with Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. Program students. Continue reading

Graduate Counseling Program conducts valuable training for area counseling professionals

Wright State University is helping counseling professionals from local mental health agencies, private industry, K-12 schools and higher education add critical skills. Continue reading

Ready to teach

Wright State University education majors had a chance to search for teaching jobs at the Education Expo on April 12 in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Model of excellence

Wright State’s Model UN team brings home top awards from the National Model UN Conference in New York City

The Wright State Model UN team received an Outstanding Delegation Award and numerous student won individual honors in the annual competition. Continue reading

Computer command

Wright State’s mighty new computer cluster to bolster research, help teach high-performance computing

The new computer cluster is always up and running and can accommodate an indefinite number of users, working at the cluster or remotely from their offices or labs. Continue reading

Border expressions

Wright State students to unveil art exhibits celebrating the work of border theorist, feminist writer Gloria Anzaldúa

The community art show on April 6 is part of downtown’s First Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at the El Rincón Art Studio. Continue reading

Foreign service

Two-time Wright State graduate Kathryn Chaney helps prep military personnel and other government employees for embassy assignments in Europe.

Kathryn Chaney weaves together her passion for travel, work experiences and two degrees from Wright State to thrive at the Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies. Continue reading

Masculine material

SOPP researchers write book on development of masculinity among black males

Book by professional psychology professor and two students explores the development of masculinity among black males and its relationship to racial identity and race-related traumas. Continue reading

Healthy choice

Wright State alum Nicholas Ballester flourishes as engineer with Chicago health care analytics firm

Nicholas Ballester used his two engineering degrees from Wright State to land a job with a company founded and run by medical doctors. Continue reading

Kelly Rabah selected to serve as chair-elect of Dayton Local Program Council of ACHE

Kelly Rabah will serve as chair-elect of the Dayton Local Program Council of the American College of Healthcare Executives of Greater Ohio through Dec. 31, followed by a two-year term as chair. Continue reading