Psychology

Wright State wins $1 million grant to expand undergraduate research in College of Science and Mathematics

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million grant that promises to expand and further diversify undergraduate research in Wright State University’s College of Science and Mathematics. Continue reading

Stephanie Goodwin to represent Wright State in support of American Council of Education Women’s Network of Ohio

Stephanie Goodwin will provide information to the network about female administrators on campus, including new appointments and vacant leadership opportunities. Continue reading

Feathered friends

Wright State students travel to Poland to study bird behavior

The study abroad trip offered psychology and biology majors a chance to study animals in their natural state. Continue reading

A family affair

Erica Curtis, who graduated in December with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, is the third member of her family to attend Wright State. Continue reading

First-year students receive free calendars

Sarah Cicora, an academic adviser in the Department of Psychology, helped secure a donation from ACCO brands of 951 calendars for students taking first-year seminars at Wright State this fall. Continue reading

Wright state of mind

Two sisters and their cousin have more than family in common: they all majored in psychology at Wright State. Continue reading

Revolutionary outlook

Wright State junior Rachel Ebert traces ancestry back to U.S. war of independence

Wright State psychology major Rachel Ebert is a member of Children of the American Revolution and Daughters of the American Revolution. Continue reading

Stressful situation

Wright State associate professor Jeremy Schumm to train Canadian clinicians in PTSD therapy for military veterans

Canadian clinicians want to adopt a model used by Jeremy Schumm when he was associate director of the PTSD program at the Cincinnati VA. Continue reading

Workplace violations

Wright State psychology professor Nathan Bowling releases book on workplace aggression

“Research and Theory on Workplace Aggression,” co-edited by Nathan Bowling, examines research on aggression in the workplace. Continue reading

Breathtaking

Wright State graduate student Ryan Rakoczy’s neuroscience research takes on new meaning after premature birth of his son

Physiology and neuroscience graduate student Ryan Rakoczy hopes to develop better treatments for prematurely born infants and others with breathing ailments. Continue reading