Monthly Archives: June 2016

Eric S. Bennett named professor and chair of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology at Wright State

Eric Bennett previously served as professor and vice chair of the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology and associate dean for Ph.D. and Postdoctoral Programs at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Biomedical Sciences, Faculty & Staff, Home news sidebar, Medicine, Neuroscience Institute, Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology, News, Science & Mathematics |

College spirit

Wright State’s Nickolas Hayden flourishing on the heels of getting his GED

Nickolas Hayden is majoring in computer engineering and philosophy and hopes to pursue a career in computer programming or create apps or video games. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Computer Science and Engineering, Engineering & Computer Science, Liberal Arts, News, Religion, Philosophy, and Classics, Student Profile, Undergraduate |

Wright State professor outlines what to expect at Democratic Convention

Next month, the Republican and Democratic parties will host their national conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia respectively. WYSO’s April Laissle sat down with Lee Hannah, assistant professor of political science at Wright State University, to discuss intricacies of the Democratic … Continue reading

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Training, athletic trainers

Wright State’s Athletic Training program has a 100 percent job placement rate for students who want to work immediately after graduation. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Center for Workforce Development, Education & Human Services, Home news sidebar, Homepage Photos and Video, Kinesiology & Health, News, Videos |

Wright State offers support to students after Orlando tragedy

The office of LGBTQA Affairs arranged to have counseling staff available in the LGBTQA Community Engagement Room on June 14 for students following the Orlando, Florida, tragedy. Campus community members who needs additional support in the aftermath of this tragedy … Continue reading

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‘CBS Sunday Morning’ puts Wright State in the spotlight for story on beards

A crew from “CBS Sunday Morning” traveled to Wright State to interview Christopher Oldstone-Moore, senior lecturer of history, about his research on the history of facial hair. Continue reading

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Wright State history professor helps organize exhibit on Dayton and World War I

Using diaries, letters, documents, photographs and artifacts, “Over There: Dayton and the Great War” showcases the essential involvement of Daytonians and local businesses in the war. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, CELIA, Faculty, Graduate, History, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Research |

School record 5 baseball players selected in MLB draft

Five Wright State baseball players will continue their careers professionally aftering being selected in last weekend’s Major League Baseball draft. Continue reading

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Wright State students jump for presidential debate roles

Excerpt Wright State University students have jumped at the possibility for seats and volunteer opportunities at this fall’s presidential debate. The school says 1,850 students have joined the ticket lottery or sought volunteer opportunities for the Sept. 26 Presidential Debate … Continue reading

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Local musician’s CD showcases trumpet versatility

Daniel Zehringer, associate professor of music, discussed his new album, “Journeymen’s Songs: The Music of Steven Winteregg” on WYSO Public Radio. Zehringer also serves as head of the Trumpet studio, coordinator of the Faculty Brass Quintet and conducts the Wright State University Trumpet Ensemble. Listen to the … Continue reading

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