Monthly Archives: December 2014

Bowling teams benefit from ‘family first’ philosophy

Bowling logo

Wright State women’s and men’s bowling teams enjoying unprecedented level of success this season. Continue reading

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Fall Commencement in photos

Graduates with diplomas

Wright State honored nearly 1,200 graduating students at its Fall 2014 Commencement ceremony Dec. 13 in the Nutter Center. Continue reading

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Wright State grad creates sets for television, film

Martin D. Fahrer

Excerpt When his fourth-grade teacher told him his drawings were “just scribbles,” Martin Fahrer stopped making art. But when his Wright State University professor, Joe Tilford, insisted he learn to draw if he wanted to become a stage designer, he reconsidered … Continue reading

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Class of 2014 celebrates Fall Commencement

The Wright State University Nutter Center was packed with a raucous crowd Saturday, though it was not for an athletic endeavor. It was for Fall Commencement. Continue reading

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From Wright State to House Speaker

Excerpt In 2012, Rosenberger graduated Wright State University with a degree in public administration/urban affairs. His framed degree hangs in his office that overlooks the Ohio Statehouse. “I’m so proud of that bad boy, it’s right there,” he said. WSU … Continue reading

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Ron Bullock CECS donation coverage

Roundup of media coverage of the $3 million donation by Wright State graduate Ron Bullock to the College of Engineering and Computer Science: Dayton Business Journal: Wright State gets $3M gift for engineering labs Wright State University has received a $3 million … Continue reading

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Wright State alumnus donates $3 million to the College of Engineering and Computer Science

Gift from Ron Bullock will support initiatives for engineering design and innovation

Wright State graduate Ron Bullock pledges $3 million to the College of Engineering and Computer Science to help fund initiatives in engineering design and innovation. Continue reading

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Security blanket

Wright State grad Curtis Rowland working as chief scientist at National Air and Space Intelligence Center
Curtis Rowland at Air Force base

Curtis Rowland, who has two engineering degrees from Wright State, is chief scientist at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center. Continue reading

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Audio—From the Air Force to ice cream, navigating a transition out of the service

Veterans Voices logo

Today WYSO begins a new, local series called Veterans’ Voices. You will hear military veterans from the Miami Valley interviewing their fellow veterans. The project is a collaboration with the Wright State University Veteran and Military Center. Vets have a lot … Continue reading

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Boonshoft School of Medicine resident selected for NIH fellowship with National Cancer Institute

Sadia Ilyas

Boonshoft School of Medicine resident in surgery training for academic career in surgical oncology through fellowship with the National Cancer Institute. Continue reading

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