Monthly Archives: July 2014

Robert J. Kegerreis Distinguished Professor of Teaching

Travis Doom

Travis Doom, Ph.D., is a legend in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Continue reading

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Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research

Paul Lockhart

With an impressive expertise in military, Scandinavian, and American history, Paul Lockhart, Ph.D., is one of Wright State’s most esteemed historians. Continue reading

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Frederick A. White Distinguished Professor of Professional Service

Marian Kazimierczuk

With this award, Marian Kazimierczuk, Ph.D., becomes the most decorated faculty member in Wright State University’s history. Continue reading

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Community Engagement

Janeece Warfield

Janeece Warfield, Psy.D., is well-known for having transformed the community in so many ways. Continue reading

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Early Career Achievement

Shreya Bhandari

In four short years in the Department of Social Work, Shreya Bhandari, Ph.D., has made a name for herself. Continue reading

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Early Career Achievement

Ivan Medvedev

Since joining the Department of Physics in 2010, Ivan Medvedev, Ph.D., has established a highly active and externally funded research program… Continue reading

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Early Career Achievement

Subhashini Ganapathy

Subhashini Ganapathy, Ph.D., is all about the human-computer connection. Her research has been a driving force in the… Continue reading

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Outstanding Lecturer

Tracey Kramer

Students learn best when the learning process is shared between the student and the instructor. Continue reading

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Outstanding Instructor

Stephanie Triplett

Since becoming a clinical instructor in the College of Nursing and Health in 2011, Stephanie Triplett has become one of…
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Wright State center names new director, plots aggressive course forward

Excerpt The new director of a Wright State University center says it’s time to start thinking bigger. Michael Wiehe is now leading the school’s Center for Urban & Public Affairs, and he has a goal of transforming it into an economic development tool … Continue reading

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