Faculty Profile

Accounting principles

Maggie Houston caps teaching career with scholarship designed to help nontraditional female accounting students at Wright State

Even in retirement, long-time accountancy instructor Maggie Houston continues to place the welfare of her students above all else. Continue reading

Wright State’s Allen Hunt develops model to measure vegetation growth that offers promise in agriculture, climate prediction

Physic professor Allen Hunt details his latest research in the Valdose Zone Journal, published by the Soil Science Society of America. Continue reading

Wright State professor Julian Gomez-Cambronero to be recognized in his native Spain for scientific work

Wright State scientist Julian Gomez-Cambronero will receive the prestigious Communications Award conferred by Cadena SER. Continue reading

Workings of protein hold keys to new cancer treatments

Kwang-Jin Cho, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, is working to find better anti-cancer drugs in his lab. Continue reading

Suicide watch

Wright State psychology professor Cheryl Meyer co-authors book exploring motivation for suicide and those who leave notes

New book co-authored by Wright State psychology professor Cheryl Meyer provides suggestions on how to prevent suicide by building resiliency among potential victims. 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

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

Symphony scribe

Wright State lecturer Dennis Loranger turns program prose for Dayton Philharmonic into art form

Wright State music historian Dennis Loranger likely knows more about the music and the composer than anyone else. Continue reading

Language lion

Wright State English professor John Haught helps Honduran university with English curriculum as part of Fulbright scholarship

John Haught returned to Honduras, where spent 10 years of his life, to develop a new curriculum and strategies that focus on communicative language teaching. Continue reading

First string

Wright State guitar instructor and graduate Jim McCutcheon wins Governor’s Award for arts education

Jim McCutcheon teaches classical guitar at Wright State, where he earned degrees in guitar performance and music education. Continue reading