Student Profile

Tall talent

Wright State senior Tony Carpenetti was drawn to mechanical engineering because it includes the design and manufacturing of machines. Continue reading

Medical student volunteers in Jordan to champion women’s health

Katie Adib, a second-year medical student, served as a translator for American medical doctors caring for refugees. Continue reading

Courage for the future

Brianna Brown, a senior majoring in crime and justice studies at Wright State, hopes to work with the FBI or help juveniles in the criminal justice system. Continue reading

NBC News recognizes Boonshoft School of Medicine student during Black History Month

Christen Johnson, president of the Student National Medical Association, will graduate in May 2017 with a dual M.D./M.P.H. degree. Continue reading

An artistic reality

Senior art major Bethany Faile uses photography and painting to interpret the world around her. Continue reading

Medical student volunteers at Syrian refugee camp in Greece

Walid Malki, a second-year medical student, served as a translator for physicians helping Syrian refugees. Continue reading

All ears for English

Wright State senior Khaled Jaber uses student input, movie dialogues to master the language

Khaled Jaber, a liberal studies major who grew up in Jordan, will intern at Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley to support refugee families in the area. Continue reading

Chain reaction

Wright State junior David Baugham hopes to marry supply chain major with nonprofit management

Wright State junior David Baugham is active in student leadership, currently serving as speaker of the House of the Student Government Association. 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

An inspirational start

Emma Stempfley’s mother and father both inspired the first-year Wright State student to study biomedical engineering. Continue reading