Liberal Arts

Wright State researchers develop software to detect cyberbullying


Wright State University researchers are developing new software that can detect cyberbullying. The new software can search social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, and detect messages that may be offensive or hurtful — and then alert the person who’s being targeted. … Continue reading

Vaughn Shannon elected to board of national Middle East council of educators

Vaughn Shannon elected to board of national Middle East council of educators

Associate political science professor Vaughn Shannon’s research interests include international security, Middle East politics and political psychology. Continue reading

Upgrades to Wright State’s Creative Art Center will impact the region


Kristin Sobolik, dean of Wright State’s College of Liberal Arts, talks about the modernization and expansion of the Creative Arts Center, home of the university’s performing and fine arts programs. The CAC project includes renovating existing classrooms, studio spaces, labs … Continue reading

Cave drawing

Wright State’s Aileen Cave finds purpose in painting after a career in banking and law
Aileen Cave painting

Wright State art student Aileen Cave finds purpose in painting after a career in banking and law. Continue reading

Motor power

Wright State alum Greg Billing to be inducted into Dayton Auto Racing Hall of Fame
Motor power

Wright State graduate and Dayton Daily News sports reporter Greg Billing will be inducted into Dayton Auto Racing Hall of Fame. Continue reading

Literature, lectures, culture, performances and food to highlight International Education Week at Wright State

UCIE logo

International Education Week promotes programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attracts future leaders from abroad to exchange experiences in the United States. Continue reading

Wright State playing major role in commemorating 20th anniversary of Dayton Peace Accords

Donna Schlagheck portrait

Wright State experts also served as a major resource for a renowned Bosnian journalist seeking to unlock the historical significance and future of the Dayton Peace Accords. Continue reading

Technology for technology-induced disease

Wright State researchers using computer analysis as weapon against harassment
Wenbo Wang, Amit Sheth and Lu Chen

Researchers at Wright State’s Kno.e.sis center are developing computer technology to analyze social media posts in an effort to identify and reduce cyberbullying. Continue reading

‘Chicago’ review: How to get away with murder


Excerpt Long before Annalise Keating displayed tremendous legal savvy, Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly knew how to get away with murder in the Windy City of the Roaring Twenties. And it’s a lot of fun seeing these merry murderesses of … Continue reading

Potluck no more: Raidersgiving expected to draw largest crowd, needs your support

The first annual Raidersgiving will be held Thursday, Nov. 22, at the Forrest Lane Community Center from noon to 2 p.m.

It may have started small, but now it’s gotten big and Raidersgiving needs your help. Continue reading