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Malawi magic

Trip to the African nation a life-changing experience for engineering student Emily Diller
Engineering student Emily Diller

Her guide at the African game reserve carried a rifle to fend off aggressive hippos, elephants and cheetahs. What he couldn’t fend off was the tsetse fly, whose bite can cause sometimes fatal African sleeping sickness. And it was a … Continue reading

Speedy recovery

Wright State grad Benjamin Ausdenmoore helps disabled Indy driver get back on the racetrack
Wright State graduate Benjamin-Ausdenmoore

Wright State graduate Benjamin Ausdenmoore played a key role in outfitting a racing simulator that allows a disabled person to drive. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine offers new M.S. degree in pharmacology and toxicology

Boonshoft School of Medicine offers new M.S. degree in leadership/administration in pharmacology and toxicology

The new M.S. program designed for students who want to become lab managers, leaders or higher education administrators in the pharmacology and toxicology field. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine students discovering new ways to help diabetic patients

Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology researchers

Graduate students in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology are making discoveries that may save limbs and reduce kidney failure in diabetes patients. Continue reading

Trafficking trek: Ian Kallay bicycling cross country to bring attention to sex trafficking

Ian Kallay with his bicyle

Wright State student Ian Kallay will spend part of his summer cycling from the Dayton Campus to San Francisco to raise public awareness about sex trafficking. Continue reading

Wright State WPAFB Scholarship announcement

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Round up of coverage of the new Wright State WPAFB Scholarship program. Wright State grad school to offer scholarships for Wright-Patt workers Dayton Daily News (subscription required): Wright State University will pay part of the tuition costs for Wright-Patterson Air … Continue reading

Wright State launches new Graduate School scholarship program for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Col. Cassie Barlow, commander of the 88th Air Base Wing, and Robert Fyffe, vice president for research and dean of the Graduate School, announced a new scholarship program for Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

Wright State creates scholarship fund for military personnel and civilian workers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base who want to pursue graduate degrees. Continue reading

Soil toil: Wright State grad student Behzad Ghanbarian rising star in terra-firma research

Wright State grad student Behzad Ghanbarian

Environmental sciences Ph.D. student Behzad Ghanbarian is a prolific scholar, publishing many papers on soil-related research. Continue reading

Betting on Baghdad

Wright State recruiting trips to Iraq bear fruit
(L to R) Stephen Foster, associate vice president for international affairs; Hassan Bedair of Iraq's Higher Commission for Education Development; and Ramana Grandhi, director of the engineering Ph.D. program, at a college fair in Baghdad.

Recent recruitment efforts in Iraq have led to graduate students enrolling in engineering, science, mathematics and liberal arts programs at Wright State. Continue reading

Class of 2014 celebrates Spring Commencement

Class of 2014 celebrates spring 2014 graduation

Wright State University honored more than 2,000 graduates during its Spring 2014 Commencement ceremony May 3 in the Nutter Center. Continue reading