Monthly Archives: August 2011

Locals react to fall of Gadhafi’s rule in Libya

((Excerpt)) Vaughn Shannon, assistant professor of political science with Wright State University, said the Arabic-speaking world is closely watching the events unfold in Libya, and citizens of other oppressed countries in the Middle East may be inspired to rise up … Continue reading

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Wright State’s latest “Broadway Baby”

Photo of the Broadway production of Follies with two couples on a stage.

Nick Verina reprises his role in “Follies” on the Great White Way. Continue reading

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Harry Khamis, director of the Statistical Consulting Center, published his SAGE publications monograph, “The Association Graph and the Multigraph for Loglinear Models.” His article “Sample Size in Multiple Regressions: 20+5k,” coauthored with Michael Kepler (CaTS), was also published in the Journal … Continue reading

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Raider road trip: Italy

Photo gallery
Photo of sophomore forward Cole Darling and senior forward Johann Mpondo posing for a picture in front of the Roman Colosseum.

The Wright State men’s basketball team is in Italy this week to play four games against Italian professional teams. Continue reading

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Dayton firms help create UAVs for agriculture

((Excerpt)) The Dayton Development Coalition led a contingent to that event to promote the region under the “UAS Dayton” brand. Other local groups on the trip included The Advanced Technical Intelligence Center for Human Capital Development, SelectTech Services Corp., Sinclair … Continue reading

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Scleroderma Foundation Names University of Michigan Physician and Researcher as “Doctor of the Year”

((Excerpt)) Dr. Khanna received his medical training at the University College of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, India. He completed his residency at Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio, and a fellowship in rheumatology and a Master … Continue reading

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Student’s African trip nets experience

He’s researching ecosystems, meeting famous scientist and missing good coffee.

((Excerpt)) Learning more about his field – biology – was something Wright State student Ryan Satchell expected while doing research in Africa. Meeting renowned scientist Jane Goodall was a thrill Satchell, 22, might not have anticipated. The 2007 Northmont High … Continue reading

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Wright State unveils cyber security training

Photo of Senators Bill Beagle, Peggy Lehner and Shannon Jones at a press conference.

State senators instrumental in securing funding for the initiative. Continue reading

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Deans, executive officers, staff take part in enrollment management retreat

Photo of David Kalsbeek speaking to Rober Sweeney, Berkwood Farmer and Bonnie Mathies.

Deans and vice presidents met in a retreat to shape Wright State’s future enrollment strategy. Continue reading

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Fairborn schools honor WSU’s College of Education

((Excerpt)) For 30 years, the Wright State University Office of Partnerships and Field Experiences, in the College of Education and Human Services, has been working with the Fairborn City Schools. First their relationship was informal, but since 1992, they’ve been … Continue reading

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