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Thinking it over

Iraq veteran Fred Hockney studies philosophy to try to make sense of his experience
Fred Hockney

Iraq war veteran Fred Hockney uses the study of philosophy at Wright State University to help unlock the mystery of his experience. Continue reading

No quit

Wright State’s Gwendolyn Reynolds refused to surrender to crushing series of setbacks
Gwendolyn Reynolds

Gwendolyn Reynolds, a 48-year-old single mother, is poised to get her B.A. in social work, overcoming a series of setbacks that would have derailed most other students. Continue reading

Highly technical

Wright State’s Emma Harmeyer turns technical-writing internship into career start
Emma Harmeyer

Wright State communication major Emma Harmeyer turned a technical-writing internship into a full-time job when she graduates. Continue reading

Computational social scientist

Student researcher Hemant Purohit wins international honor for using social media technology innovation to help disaster relief
Hemant Purohit

Hemant Purohit, a graduate researcher in the Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis), was honored for using social media to help disaster relief. Continue reading

Bluegrass bloomer

Engineering student Trent Williams releases solo album
Wright State electrical engineering student and bluegrass musician Trent Williams released his first solo album, a labor of love tilted “Someday.” (Photo by Jenny Buckler)

Wright State electrical engineering student and bluegrass musician Trent Williams released his first solo album, a labor of love tilted “Someday.” Continue reading

Wright State researcher finds emerald ash borer may have spread to different tree

Biology professor Don Cipollini

Wright State biology professor Don Cipollini finds that the emerald ash borer has apparently spread to white fringetree in the United States. Continue reading