Student Profile

Sea change

Wright State student Saundra-Anne Morrell brings 23-year Navy career to pursuit of doctorate at School of Professional Psychology

Saundra-Anne Morrell is pursuing a doctoral degree in psychology at Wright State to prepare for a career counseling children and their parents. Continue reading

Lifeguarding job leads to medical school

Justin Kelley is pursuing a M.D./M.P.H. dual degree at the Boonshoft School of Medicine to prepare for a medical career in health policy and management. Continue reading

Geologist gem

Rita Ghose, who graduated with a master’s in earth and environmental sciences, studies geology to help boost the economy of Bangladesh. Continue reading

Literacy love

Allison Rives, who is pursuing her master’s degree in literacy from the College of Education and Human Services, instills a love of reading in her elementary school students. Continue reading

Lucky break

Wright State senior and Air Force veteran Lilia Barberi discovered passion for nursing after basic training injury

After serving as a medic at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Lilia Barberi is preparing for a career in nursing through Wright State’s Veteran Bachelor of Science Nursing program option. Continue reading

Counseling cognition

Wright State’s Ernest Brown Jr. wins prestigious American Psychological Association fellowship

Ernest Brown is not only passionate about social justice, diversity and multiculturalism, but also about ethnic minority communities and forensic psychology. 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

Retired WNBA player to graduate with M.D. degree

After starring at Beavercreek High School, Boonshoft School of Medicine student Alison Bales played basketball for Duke and in the WNBA for the Indiana Fever and the Atlanta Dream. Continue reading

Engineering for a cause

Sam Salchak ’17 uses his engineering degree from Wright State to design a life-sustaining washing machine for a hospital in Malawi, Africa. Continue reading

Promised land

Wright State grad student Hadley Drodge pieces together pilgrimage of Randolph slaves to Ohio for museum exhibit

Graduate public history student Hadley Drodge is going through photos, drawings, Bibles and other materials to assemble the exhibit at the National Afro-American Museum. Continue reading