School of Public and International Affairs

Geographic Information Science certificate is gateway to multitude of different careers

GIS students will be able to apply state-of-the-art technology to collect and analyze spatial data to help spot patterns and trends. Continue reading

Schoolmates

Married couple Caitlyn and Jordan Sandy prepare for nursing and Air Force careers with degrees from Wright State

They walked down the aisle together and now Caitlyn and Jordan Sandy will pursue careers in nursing and military analysis with degrees from Wright State. Continue reading

More than 2,100 Wright State students complete requirements for graduation as class of 2020

While graduating students have had their official celebration put on hold due to COVID-19, Wright State will recognize their many achievements as they have completed their degree requirements. Continue reading

Model UN students win awards for papers prepared for national conference

Members of the Wright State Model United Nations team were honored for papers they prepared for the annual national conference. Continue reading

Good radio

Wright State professor Sean Wilson teams with engineering student Adam Wightman to launch political radio show

Sean Wilson, a professor of political science, creates an allegiance-free radio show analyzing the latest news in American politics. Continue reading

Weekly online Faculty Senate lecture series launches with a talk on the coronavirus

The weekly SiP (Shelter in Place) Lecture Series will feature talks on timely topics by Wright State faculty experts. Continue reading

On the map

Wright State faculty member Daniel Warshawsky honored with prestigious national geography award

Daniel Warshawsky, associate professor of geography in the School of Public and International Affairs, received the 2020 Helen Ruth Aspaas SAGE Innovator Award. Continue reading

Location, location, location

Wright State grad student Nathan Bubash uses GIS to help transit companies plan bus routes

Nathan Bubash, who is pursuing a master of public administration at Wright State, turned an internship with a transportation company into a full-time job. Continue reading

Student advocate

Ivan Mallett ran for president of the Student Government Association with high hopes for what he and his team could accomplish. Continue reading

Activism analysis

Wright State alumna Crystal Whetstone researching mothers as political force

Crystal Whetstone, who earned degrees in political science and international and comparative politics at Wright State, researches women’s participation in politics. Continue reading