Faculty Profile

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

Inside job

Wright State’s Chinonye Chukwu launches pioneering film project with incarcerated women

Watch films written by incarcerated women as part of the “Pens to Pictures” project in the Creative Arts Center at noon on Dec 4. Continue reading

Wright State faculty member honored for efforts in Latino community

Jim Dunne, associate professor of teacher education, was recognized by the Ohio Latino Affairs Commission for his work at El Puente Learning Center in Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State professor works to improve health education and drug abuse prevention in Ohio’s schools

Kevin Lorson, director of the Physical Education Licensure Program, is working on health education standards and drug and opioid abuse prevention education in Ohio public schools. Continue reading

Pack mentality

New book by Wright State’s Edward Fitzgerald shows importance of courts in saving the wolf

Political science professor Edward Fitzgerald says that over the years the courts have been instrumental in protecting the environment. Continue reading

Wright State professor studies dead people’s teeth

Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth. Continue reading

Daniel Zehringer’s journey

Wright State associate professor of music releases album featuring the trumpet

Daniel Zehringer’s first solo album is getting attention around the United States and overseas. Continue reading

Wine wizard

Wright State dean emeritus Charles Taylor sharing knowledge of wine and philosophy in international journal

Charles Taylor spent 35 years on the Wright State faculty and served as dean of the College of Liberal Arts from 2005 to his retirement in 2012. Continue reading

Video vision

Wright State’s Noah Schroeder, students building sophisticated spaceship video game as teaching tool

The video game is designed for the many teachers who have trouble finding an educational video game that matches the content they want to teach. Continue reading

Wright State course examines connections between Great Books and Bad Weather

Crystal B. Lake asks her students to create something inspired by readings examining the role of weather in literature in a new course, Great Books and Bad Weather. Continue reading