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Beard bible

Wright State’s Christopher Oldstone-Moore to release book on history of whiskers
Christopher Oldstone-Moore

Wright State history professor Christopher Oldstone-Moore will release a book on the history of facial hair. Continue reading

Neuroscience group to hold workshop on non-academic careers in science

James Olson

Professional development workshop “Preparing Yourself for a Non-Academic Career in Science” is designed for graduate and postdoctoral students. Continue reading

Misbehavior in the workplace

Wright State’s Nathan Bowling probes bad behavior in company settings
Nathan Bowling

Psychology professor Nathan Bowling’s research on counterproductive work behaviors will be published in the International Journal of Selection and Assessment. Continue reading

Gene queen

Wright State’s Madhavi Kadakia using her genomics skills to battle cancer
Madhavi Kadakia in lab

Wright State biochemistry and molecular biology professor Madhavi Kadakia uses a high-tech sequencer and her expertise in genetics to diagnose and treat cancer. Continue reading

Wright State alum Arif Malik wins prestigious National Science Foundation career award

Arif Malik

Arif Malik obtained his Ph.D. and master’s and bachelor’s degrees in engineering from Wright State. Continue reading

U.S. News ranks Wright State online programs among best

U.S. News and World Report logo

U.S. News & World Report ranks Wright State’s online graduate programs in education, information systems and supply chain management and Industrial and Human Factors Engineering as among the best in the nation. Continue reading

Interview with Wright State alumnus and author James Brubaker

James Brubaker

Wright State alumnus James Brubaker, who teaches creative writing at Southwest Missouri State University, is the author of several books. Continue reading

Interview with Wright State grad and author Ryan Ireland

Ryan Ireland

Ryan Ireland, who earned his B.A. and M.A. in English from Wright State, will publish “Beyond the Horizon” in March. Continue reading

Wright State 2014 Holiday Gift Program most successful ever

Annette McCoy, coordinator of the holiday gift program, poses with the 2014 haul of toys from the Wright State community.

Forty-five families, including 97 children, were adopted for the holidays through the university’s Holiday Gift Program. Continue reading

HAPI lab: Wright State to offer unique anatomy lab experience to high school students

Wright State's Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology will offer anatomy and physiology lab for high school students starting in January.

The Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology will offer an anatomy and physiology lab for high school students starting in January. Continue reading