Monthly Archives: September 2013

Physicians of Tomorrow Awards

From the Dayton Daily News: The American Medical Association Foundation named two Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine students, Kyle Davis and John Corker, as recipients of 2013 Physicians of Tomorrow Awards. Davis was one of 15 recipients nationwide … Continue reading

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Sundance alumna and Wright State grad launches Kickstarter campaign for her new documentary

With A Single Bullet, the new documentary from Sundance alumna and Wright State motion picture graduate Selena Burks-Rentschler… Continue reading

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Value of college increases in Ohio

Wright State University President David R. Hopkins and Dan Krane, president of Wright State Faculty, published a column “Value of college increases in Ohio” in the Youngstown Vindicator. “Never before has the value of a college education been questioned more,” … Continue reading

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Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine professor named Gold Humanism Scholar at Harvard Macy Institute

Sabrina Neeley, a Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine assistant professor, named a Gold Humanism Scholar at the Harvard Macy Institute 2014 Program for Educators. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Center for Global Health, Faculty & Staff, Faculty & Staff Notes, Home news sidebar, Medicine, News, Physician Leadership Development Program, Special Categories |

Globetrotters

Wright State’s growing international education program is leading students around the world

On the same day Fabrice Shema, a senior finance major from Paris, France, finished his last bit of coursework in Rike Hall, senior Jordon Coffman from Mercer County helped build and program a robot in Jena, Germany. Separated by an … Continue reading

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Musical Theatre/Acting Preparatory Program to hold auditions for new play

Actors ages 12 to 18 may audition on Sept. 28 for the Midwest premiere of “Gossip,” a new play that will be performed at Wright State University in December. Continue reading

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Religious historian David Holmes to speak at Wright State

David L. Holmes, professor emeritus of religious studies at the College of William & Mary, renowned author and historian, to lecture on “The Faiths of the Postwar Presidents.” Continue reading

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Filmmaker in the Spotlight

Through his new documentary, Brent Huffman is raising awareness for archaeological site facing destruction

Filmmaker Brent Huffman wears many hats when he’s working on a project: director, producer, writer, photographer, editor. But for his latest film, he’s taken on a new role: advocate. Huffman is using his film to try to build awareness for … Continue reading

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