Sociology and Anthropology

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

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

Country conscious

Azadeh Jahanbegloo, senior lecturer at Wright State, says her native Iran has become an unfamiliar land

Azadeh Jahanbegloo, a senior lecturer of sociology, is now a U.S. citizen who calls America home, but never got to say goodbye to her past. Continue reading

Courage for the future

Brianna Brown, a senior majoring in crime and justice studies at Wright State, hopes to work with the FBI or help juveniles in the criminal justice system. Continue reading

Wright State professor talks about increase in female inmates

Karen Lahm, director of crime and justice studies at Wright State University, discussed the increase of female inmates in the Greene County jail with WHIO News Center 7. Watch Lahm’s interview. Read the report from WHIO.

Wright State student earns Airman of the Year award

Brontee Jeffries, who has served in the Air National Guard for three years, currently works as an aviation resource manager in the179th Airlift Wing operations group. Continue reading

College of Liberal Arts Dean Kristin Sobolik to receive Women of Distinction award

Dean Kristin Sobolik will be honored for her leadership in promoting and advocating for the advancement and recognition of women in science, technology, engineering, arts and math careers. Continue reading

Wright State professor studies dead people’s teeth

Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth. Continue reading

Flying Fishes

Wright State super alums establish legacy scholarship in the name of their sister

The four Fish sisters were highly involved in campus life as Wright State students in the 1970s. Continue reading

Rare earth

Wright State anthropology students uncover artifacts from Revolutionary War battlefield

The dig is part of a program created by assistant professor Lance Greene to investigate the archaeology and history of Shawnee settlements in Ohio. Continue reading