Professional Psychology

Seeing double

Wright State graduate models India counseling center after the university’s Ellis Institute
Anthony D'Souza

Wright State graduate Anthony D’Souza models counseling center in his native India after the School of Professional Psychology’s Ellis Institute. Continue reading

Wright State launches its ‘Rise. Shine.’ campaign with a flourish

Eddie McClintock on stage

View photos from the dazzling Rise.Shine. The Campaign for Wright State University gala at the Nutter Center. Continue reading

Wright State University announces $150 million fundraising campaign featuring Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks

Wright State University announces $150 million fundraising campaign featuring Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hanks

Rise.Shine. The Campaign for Wright State University promises to expand scholarships, attract more top-flight faculty and support construction of state-of-the-art facilities. Continue reading

Faculty recognized for excellence in classroom, research

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Wright State honors faculty for excellent work in the classroom, research, community engagement, professional service and early career achievement. Continue reading

Wright State alumnus Cedric Alexander discusses his role in helping violence-torn Ferguson, Mo.

Cedric Alexander

Georgia public safety director and Wright State graduate visited campus to address new students at the School of Professional Psychology convocation.
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Difference maker

Longtime professional psychology professor James Dobbins to retire
Professor James Dobbins

James Dobbins, a charter faculty member of Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology, will retire this summer after 35 years at the university. Continue reading

Wright State psychology researcher shines light on unusual genetic disorder

Roshni Rao

Graduate student Roshni Rao’s research leads to recommendations for useful interventions for children with a rare genetic disorder. Continue reading

Video—Wright State grad student’s website helps concussion victims

Samantha Sanderson

As spring sports pick up, so do safety concerns and fear of concussions. There are a number of resources available to help families, including a newer state law to better protect our kids. “That timeline is just gone for me, … Continue reading

Moving display of backpacks raises awareness of suicide on college campuses

Many of the Send Silence Packing backpacks were dressed with photos, beads and personal messages.

Backpacks representing the 1,100 U.S. college students who take their own lives each year blanketed Wright State’s Student Union to raise awareness of mental health issues on campuses. Continue reading