Monthly Archives: March 2014

A $1 million home for drone testing

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Excerpt Where drones go, so does Wright State University’s Vigilant Spirit Mobile Test and Evaluation Center. There’s nothing quite like the 35-foot truck-and-trailer anywhere else, said David Gross, chief engineer for Wright State Research Institute. Gross hesitates to say the … Continue reading

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ArtsGala planned for Wright State

Excerpt If you ask folks in our region to name their favorite community fundraising gala, chances are many will pick Wright State University’s annual ArtsGala. What makes this event so special are the 250 talented students who entertain guests with … Continue reading

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Wright State medical students learn where they will train as residents

Excerpt More than 100 graduating medical students at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and their families and friends celebrated the announcements Friday of where they will complete their medical residencies. Match Day, which is celebrated nationally, is … Continue reading

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Professor David Barr to lecture on ‘Politics of End Times’

David Barr

Wright State emeritus professor David Barr will discuss “The Politics of End Times” when he delivers the 2014 Piediscalzi Lecture on April 2. Continue reading

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Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine class of 2014 participates in national Match Day event

Boonshoft School of Medicine students join thousands nationwide in learning where they will pursue residency training

Graduating students in the Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine learned which residency programs they will enter during a Match Day ceremony. Continue reading

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Governor Kasich visits Wright State in show of support for university’s service to military veterans

Wright State’s pioneering programs for military veterans led to visit from the Ohio governor, who hopes to make it easier for veterans to get college credit and professional licenses. Continue reading

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Air Force pararescuemen to train at Calamityville

Calamityville training

Air Force pararescue jumpers, who recover and treat victims of combat and disasters, will descend upon Calamityville to train and help demonstrate new military technology. Continue reading

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Wright State’s Elkins smiles through the pain

Excerpt The role player will be playing a different role Saturday when the Wright State University women’s basketball team makes its first appearance in the NCAA tournament. KC Elkins manages a smile. She’ll be there, torn ACL and all, when … Continue reading

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Wright State to offer car sharing

Excerpt A national car-sharing company made its debut the Dayton region this week as Zipcar began service at Wright State University. The company, which rents vehicles for as little as an hour or for days at a time, is starting … Continue reading

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Wright State partners with Zipcar to offer car sharing, provide an alternative to car ownership on campus

Wright State launches partnership with Zipcar to provide a car-sharing program on campus to students, faculty, staff and community members. Continue reading

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