Graduate

Wright State alumna has perfect recipe for career in culinary arts

As executive chef, Michelle Bridges is responsible for food production, the catering and cafeteria menus and managing training the kitchen staff.

Wright State graduate Michelle Bridges turned her lifelong passion for cooking into a successful culinary career. Continue reading

Wright State faculty member honored for efforts in Latino community

Wright State faculty member honored for efforts in Latino community

Jim Dunne, associate professor of teacher education, was recognized by the Ohio Latino Affairs Commission for his work at El Puente Learning Center in Dayton. Continue reading

Going places

Wright State MBA student Tasha Fox turns college experience into whirlwind of overseas study, volunteering
Going places

Tasha Fox has taken study abroad trips to Belgium, Tanzania, China, France and Israel. Continue reading

Eight years and counting: Wright State still ‘military friendly’

For the second time in as many weeks, Wright State University was honored for its support and service to veterans and military students.

For the second time in as many weeks, Wright State University was honored for its support and service to veterans and military students. Continue reading

Social nature

Wright State graduate student Eric North hopes to be social worker at hospital where he was treated for leukemia
Wright State graduate student Eric North hopes to be social worker at the same hospital where he was treated for leukemia. (Photo by Erin Pence)

Eric North feels like he can make the biggest difference by working as a social worker at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Continue reading

Reel happiness

Wright State Lake Campus graduate student Anthony Bell combines aquatic research with championship fishing
Reel happiness

Anthony Bell is conducting master’s degree research on fish physiology and contemplating becoming a professional fisherman. Continue reading

Wright State University unveils special scholarship fund for members of Ohio National Guard

Robert Fyffe, vice president for research and dean of the Wright State Graduate School, left, and Maj. Gen. Mark E. Bartman announced the creation of a scholarship fund for Ohio National Guardsmen attending graduate school at Wright State.

The scholarships will pay up to $2,500 in tuition per semester for a full-time graduate student who is also a current member in good standing with the Ohio National Guard. Continue reading

Reliable information

Wright State’s program on Information Literacy squares with governor’s proclamation
Mandy Shannon, coordinator of library instruction and assessment, instructs students in a Research Toolkit workshop, which teach how to use search engines more surgically and effectively by filtering the information. (Photo by Erin Pence)

Wright State University Libraries’ Information Literacy program helps students navigate the information universe and develop skills to effectively and efficiently mine and use that information. Continue reading

Doctor dreams

Wright State graduate student Dubem Obianagha came to Wright State from the African nation of Nigeria to pursue a dream of becoming a doctor. (Photo by Erin Pence)

Graduate student Dubem Obianagha came to Wright State from the African nation of Nigeria to pursue a dream of becoming a doctor. Continue reading