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State taps eagle-eyed Wright State student for service committee

Adrian Hill interviewing a veteran

Wright State student Adrian Hill works in Wright State’s Veteran and Military Center’s and was named to the state’s committee on service and volunteerism. 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

Social life

Alana Brookshire aiming for career as Army social worker
Alana Brookshire

ROTC cadet Alana Brookshire is studying social work at Wright State in order to fulfill her dream of serving as a social worker in the U.S. Army. Continue reading

Practice makes perfect

Wright State’s Elizabeth Procopio feeling the drumbeat of success
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Wright State senior music major Elizabeth Procopio, who has been playing the drums since childhood, plans to pursue a career in a symphony orchestra as a percussionist. Continue reading

Breaking the code

Senior Mallory Holler learns Morse code for communication and independence
Mallory Holler with her service dog Sparrow

Mallory Holler, a senior rehabilitations services major at Wright State, uses Morse code to help her communication and gain more independence. Continue reading

Reconstruction zone

Engineering student Corinne Mowrey changes career path after hitting bump in the road
Engineering student Corinne Mowrey

Her world was turned upside down, but today Corinne Mowrey is pursuing a Ph.D. in engineering, has won national scholarships and has been published in two journals. Continue reading

Military expedition

Army Guard student Ben McCullough pursuing career in intelligence analysis
Ben McCullough

Ben McCullough hopes to turn a master’s degree in international and comparative politics into a job with the Pentagon or a U.S. intelligence agency. Continue reading

Malawi magic

Trip to the African nation a life-changing experience for engineering student Emily Diller
Engineering student Emily Diller

A trip to the African nation of Malawi proved to be a life-changing experience for engineering student Emily Diller. Continue reading