Research

Aviation filmmaker, Wright State grad to give keynote at Public History Symposium

Adam White

Wright State’s Public History Graduate Symposium will explore “History Through a Prism: Untold Stories” on March 13. Continue reading

Mentoring program for women faculty in STEMMS expands

Amelia Hubbard headshot

Mentoring program for women faculty in STEMMS disciplines enjoys exponential growth in the past year. Continue reading

Master of Public Health student from Somalia focuses research on mental health of immigrant women

Bonnshoft School of Medicine White Hall

Fartun Yussuf, a Boonshoft School of Medicine graduate student and native of Somalia, draws on her own cross-cultural experience as she researches the mental health of immigrant women. Continue reading

Perfectly logical

Wright State’s Erik C. Banks authors philosophy book on Realistic Empiricism
Realistic Empiricism of Mach, James and Russell cover

Philosophy professor Erik Banks published book on Austrian physicist Ernst Mach, American psychologist William James and British philosopher Bertrand Russell. Continue reading

Prison prism

Wright State’s Karen Lahm warns of violent behavior among female inmates
Karen Lahm in her office

Sociology professor Karen Lahm has spent her career studying prisons and their populations and most recently researched female inmate misconduct. Continue reading

College of Liberal Arts faculty to discuss research at conference Feb. 9

Paul Lockhart

College of Liberal Arts faculty will discuss their research, ranging from a Prophet Moses Festival in Jerusalem to musical theatre to Dayton during World War I, at a conference Feb. 9. Continue reading

Off the record

Wright State’s Natasha McPherson pulls histories of Creole women from obscure public documents
Natasha McPherson in her office

Assistant professor of history Natasha McPherson documents previously untold history of Creole women. Continue reading

Beard bible

Wright State’s Christopher Oldstone-Moore to release book on history of whiskers
Christopher Oldstone-Moore

Wright State history professor Christopher Oldstone-Moore will release a book on the history of facial hair. Continue reading

Misbehavior in the workplace

Wright State’s Nathan Bowling probes bad behavior in company settings
Nathan Bowling

Psychology professor Nathan Bowling’s research on counterproductive work behaviors will be published in the International Journal of Selection and Assessment. Continue reading