Master of Public Administration

Wright State will connect students with women leaders in STEMM fields

Wright State will connect students with women leaders in STEMM fields

The Women in STEMM Leadership Institute on Oct. 25 will features remarks from Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley and a keynote address by Air Force Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski. Continue reading

CLASS action

College of Liberal Arts launches Center for Liberal Arts Student Success
Wayne Stark and Becca Salay talking

The new Center for Liberal Arts Student Success (CLASS) combines advising, faculty/student relationship-building, peer mentoring and career counseling. Continue reading

Perfect fit

Wright State alum Paula Cosby '12 helps jobseekers with Clothes That Work
Paula Cosby with outfits from Clothes That Work

Wright State M.P.A. graduate Paula Cosby ’12 helps jobseekers dress professionally and build confidence as executive director of Clothes That Work. Continue reading

Wright State, City of Dayton collaborate on effort to support emerging women leaders

Nan Whaley, Kelli Zaytoun and Kimberly Barrett

The Women’s Leadership Collaborative of Greater Dayton seeks to increase the number of women in the region who hold leadership roles in government, education and business. Continue reading

Wright State staff and alumni make ‘Forty Under 40’ list

Wright State manager, alumni honored in DBJ’s “Forty Under 40”

Once again Wright State University was well represented in the Dayton Business Journal’s 2015 Forty Under 40 Awards. Continue reading

Brilliance lost

An essay by David A. Petreman, professor of Spanish language and Latin American literature
Stefan Pugh

On Stefan Pugh’s office door is a plaque that reads “Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research,” a declaration not only of this professor’s remarkable accomplishments… Continue reading

Wright State grad explores educational value of hip-hop

Darius Prier, a double Wright State grad, is now an assistant professor of educational foundations and leadership at Duquesne University.

Darius Prier, a double Wright State graduate who is now education professor at Duquesne University, examines how hip-hop is a culturally relevant form of education in a new book. Continue reading