Academics

Wright State’s Ellis Institute offers free psychological first aid for those impacted by Dayton mass shooting

Duke E. Ellis Human Development Institute

The Ellis Human Development Institute and Reach Out of Montgomery County are offering free, individual psychological first aid for adults. Continue reading

Wright State holds campus gathering to mourn victims of Dayton mass shooting

Megan Betts, a senior environmental sciences student who also sang in a campus choir, was killed during the Oregon District tragedy. Continue reading

Wright State professor Larry James to receive prestigious lifetime achievement award from Society of Military Psychology

Larry James, a decorated Army veteran and professor in the School of Professional Psychology, will receive the John C. Flanagan Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Military Psychology. Continue reading

Two students elected to Wright State Foundation Board of Trustees

Sonja Wolf is a 2018 business graduate who is now pursuing her MBA and Aaron Brautigam is a junior human resources management major. Continue reading

Force of nature

Wright State alum David Nolin pens award-winning book following conservation career

David Nolin, who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology from Wright State, details the natural and human history of Huffman Prairie in his new book. Continue reading

Wakeup call

Wright State grad student Sarah Fryman presents smartphone addiction research at a national seminar

Research by Sarah Fryman, a Wright State biology graduate and current Master of Public Health student, found that one’s fear of not being able to use their smartphone can be magnified by personality traits. Continue reading

20 years in a row

Wright State’s Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program earns 100% pass rate on national certification exam

Every Wright State nursing student has passed the national Acute Care Nurse Practitioner exam the first time they took the test for the last 20 years. Continue reading

Wright State Applied Research Corp. and its partners awarded $750,000 federal economic development grant

The Wright State Applied Research Corporation and its partners were awarded a $750,000 federal grant to spur economic development by moving medical technologies from the lab toward commercialization. Continue reading

Medical student joins Wright State University Board of Trustees

Olivia Sneary, a first-year student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, has been appointed to the Wright State University Board of Trustees. Continue reading

Jungle fever

Students find Wright State study abroad trip to the Peruvian Amazon mind-bending

The Amazon rain forest opened its arms to a group of Wright State University students on a dazzling study abroad trip that included descending the Peruvian Andes, trekking through a cloud forest and riding a jungle river. Continue reading