Monthly Archives: July 2012

Wright State grad and Warehouse 13 star wears Raiders T-shirt on SyFy Channel

A screen capture of the SyFy channel’s Warehouse 13, Episode 2, season 4, An Evil Within

Eddie McClintock, star of the SyFy channel’s Warehouse 13 wore a Wright State Raiders T-shirt in the second episode of season two, An Evil Within, which aired Monday, July 30. Continue reading

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Wright State welcomes new med students

((Excerpt)) The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine welcomed 103 new students during a special ceremony on Sunday, July 29, to formally mark the start of their medical education. The annual Convocation and White Coat Ceremony was held at … Continue reading

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We Serve U Organizes School Supply Drive

Photo of Wright State student Gabbi Whisler dropping off some donations.

In these tough economic times, many families find themselves struggling to provide their children with sufficient school supplies. Continue reading

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Award-winning Air Force scientist has Wright State ties

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One of seven scientists and engineers receiving the Air Force Research Laboratory’s highest honor this year has ties to Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine. Continue reading

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Julie Williams, Psy.D., C.R.C., and associate professor with the School of Professional Psychology,  will receive an early career award from Division 22, Rehabilitation Psychology at the 2012 annual convention of the American Psychological Association in Orlando, FL Aug. 2-5, 2012.

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Hackers targeting small, mid-sized businesses

((Excerpt)) Virtually all companies doing business online are potential targets for cyber-criminals, regardless of their size. Smaller businesses may be especially vulnerable to online crime because they have limited budgets for web security and few if any technology experts on … Continue reading

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Ready for the Big Leagues? Ask a Career Coach says Wright State Professor

((Excerpt)) For midlevel professionals, a coach can help identify what needs to be done to reach the executive level. Coaches also focus on interpersonal skills, helping people communicate and network more effectively, says Todd Dewett, a leadership development coach and … Continue reading

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Wright State Nutter Center: Economic engine, university ambassador

Photo of Rowdr Raider crowd surfing among basketball fans at a Raiders basketball game at the Wright State Nutter Center.

The Nutter Center is an economic engine for the region, putting money into the pockets of motels, shops and restaurants. Continue reading

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Wright State alumna native is associate director of NASA’s Glenn Research Center

Janet L. Watkins, until recently a personnel executive at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, has been hired as associate director of the Glenn Research Center of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. She is responsible for overall management of operations at … Continue reading

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Wright State alumna embarks on a literary journey of fantastical proportions

Photo of Lara Donnelly writing.

Often described as both a magical and intensive experience, the Clarion Writers’ Workshop is a remarkable opportunity for aspiring writers of science fiction, fantasy and horror. Continue reading

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