Liberal Arts

Wright State filmmaker, alum Steve Bognar joins Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences

Photo of Steven Bognar

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker is among the newest members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Continue reading

2012 grad returns to Wright State to give English workshop

Ashley Velazquez, an assistant professor at the University of Washington-Bothell, gave a workshop on the Corpus and Repository of Writing (Crow) interface. Continue reading

Synchronized sound

Students and instructors from around the world could be found on Wright State University’s campus June 23 to 28 singing their hearts out during Camp A Cappella. Continue reading

Government grade

2019 Wright State dual-degree graduate Rahim Akrami embarks on a prestigious local government fellowship

Rahim Akrami, who graduated with master’s degrees in public administration and international and comparative politics, is serving a fellowship with the city of Dubuque, Iowa. Continue reading

Wright State students gain leadership skills as fellows at Nonprofit Leadership Institute in Yellow Springs

Four Wright State students and a recent graduate received fellowships to participate in the Nonprofit Leadership Institute, offered by the Yellow Springs Community Foundation. Continue reading

Wright State theatre alumnus shares in Tony Award for Best Musical

Joey Monda, who received a B.F.A. in musical theatre from Wright State, is a co-producer of “Hadestown,” which won eight Tony Awards June 9 in New York City. Continue reading

Wright State theatre alumni working on Tony Award-nominated Broadway shows

The nominations come during a very good year for Wright State theatre grads on Broadway. Continue reading

Wright State alum Anne Fife produces documentary detailing quest by Ohio courts to help drug users

The documentary “Second Chances: One Year in Ohio’s Drug Courts” follows the drug use and adjudication of 19 Ohioans. Continue reading

Wright State grad Jim McCutcheon takes top spot in Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Adult Composer Contest

Jim McCutcheon was honored for the third movement of a concerto he wrote titled “Mirkin Concerto for Classical Guitar and Strings.” Continue reading

Mentoring magic

College of Liberal Arts’ mentoring and CLASS programs yielding jobs, opportunities for students

College of Liberal Arts mentoring program connects students with professionals in the community. Continue reading