History

Wright State graduate student piecing together people’s stories lost in time

Fox 45’s Adam Aaro talks with Wright State graduate student Haldey Drodge about her project to piece together stories lost in history. Drodge has been combing through everything from pictures to 19th century Bibles, left behind by slaves who came … Continue reading

Linda Caron named dean of the College of Liberal Arts

Linda Caron has a wealth of experience and has been instrumental in the growth of the College of Liberal Arts — in facilities, events and programs. Continue reading

How World War I changed everything

Wright State University history professor Paul Lockhart wrote a column in the Dayton Daily News about how the First World War shaped our country like few other events. Lockhart’s column was excerpted from the forthcoming catalog for the exhibition “Over There: … Continue reading

More than 40 organizations to participate in first College of Liberal Arts’ Internship Partners Expo

The liberal arts Internship Partners Expo will be held April 12 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Millett Hall Atrium. Continue reading

Mulholland drive

Discover the history of Wright State in new book by recent grad

New book, by alumna Rebekkah Mulholland, features more than 150 historical images and chronicles the history of Wright State. Continue reading

Lecture series focuses on current events in the Middle East

This year’s Middle East and Islamic Studies Lecture Series at Wright State launches with a talk on the civil war in Syria on Nov. 14. Continue reading

Kelli Tittle named Wright State’s director of compliance

A 2006 Wright State graduate, Kelli Tittle is currently the university’s HIPAA and privacy compliance officer in the Office of the Vice President for Research. Continue reading

Author of ‘Pivotal Tuesdays’ to visit Wright State for Presidential Lecture, Common Text events

Historian Margaret O’Mara will give a Presidential Lecture on Nov. 2 and and participate in Common Text events on Nov. 3. Continue reading

Teaching temperament

Wright State alum, inaugural registrant Sheila Skimmerhorn caps career with stint at STEM school

Sheila Skimmerhorn, a two-time Wright State graduate, was the first student to register for classes at the university in 1964. Continue reading

Wright State faculty honored for excellence in classroom, research and community

Each year Wright State recognizes select faculty members for their outstanding work in the classroom and for excellence in research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement. Continue reading