Monthly Archives: October 2015

Jill Waibel assists ‘napalm girl’ from iconic Vietnam War photo

It was one of the most haunting images of the Vietnam War — a 9-year-old girl shown running down the road naked after being severely burned in a napalm bombing. The image taken by AP photographer Nick Ut earned a … Continue reading

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Pumpkin painting provides welcome break

Wright State students gathered at the Millett Hall Atrium to paint pumpkins and take a break from their studies. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Home news sidebar, Homepage Photos and Video, Liberal Arts, News, Videos |

Tomb treasures

Wright State’s Caroline Hillard bringing art history alive with experience at Etruscan burial ground
Caroline Hillard in her office

Caroline Hillard, assistant art history professor, is bringing art history alive for Wright State students after participating in traveling seminar that visited Etruscan sites in Italy. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Art and Art History, Arts Scene, Faculty, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Research |

Drone research at WSRI

Wright State Research Institute research psychologist David Malek can operate multiple UAVs from the university’s Mobile Test and Evaluation Center. Malek works at a test station that is equipped to track pilot eye movement. Watch the report from the Journal … Continue reading

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Local researchers studying military marriages

The Miami Valley’s strong military presence means a lot of families have to deal with long separations and stress. That can lead to problems including divorce. Local researchers are now helping to keep military marriages together. It’s a pilot study that includes couples … Continue reading

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Wright State international students talk about cultural differences

Charles Chugo Chibugo Chiobi holding Nigerian flag

Wright State students from Bangladesh, Nigeria and India compare their homelands to the United States. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Biology, Business, Electrical Engineering, Engineering & Computer Science, Graduate, Home news sidebar, International Students, News, Science & Mathematics, Social & Applied Economics, University Center for International Education |

Walking his own path

Wright State student Roberto Clemente may share a name with his famous relative, but his story is much more than baseball

Although Wright State student Roberto Clemente is related to the Hall of Fame outfielder of the same name, his story is about much more than baseball. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Engineering & Computer Science, Home news sidebar, International Students, Latino Affairs, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, News |

Carnival of Caring

Wright State University students, faculty and staff gathered in the Student Union Atrium Oct. 14 to raise money and awareness for organ donation. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Communication, Home news sidebar, Homepage Photos and Video, News, Student Union, Videos |

Winfrey named dean of School of Professional Psychology

LaPearl Logan Winfrey has served interim dean, associate dean and chief psychologist of the doctoral internship program at Wright State’s School of Professional Psychology. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Faculty & Staff, Graduate, Home news sidebar, News, Professional Psychology |

Register to attend free Cyber Resilience Symposium Oct. 29

Center for Workforce Development logo

The symposium features a keynote address by Kenny Bower, chief information officer with the Department of Defense’s Special Access Programs. Continue reading

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