Monthly Archives: August 2016

Wright State professor studies dead people’s teeth

Wright State anthropologist Amelia Hubbard specializes in the study of past life ways through teeth. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Faculty, Faculty Profile, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Research, Sociology and Anthropology |

Boonshoft School of Medicine Center for Healthy Communities announces Health Promotion Program Awards

The Health Promotion Program Awards recognizes community-based programs that address health promotion and disease prevention in the greater Dayton area. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Center for Healthy Communities, Home news sidebar, Medicine, News |

Wright State engineering students install X-ray room at hospital in the African nation of Malawi

A team of Wright State engineering students installed an X-ray room at a hospital in Malawi as part of a series of efforts to help improve health care in the tiny African nation. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering, Center for Workforce Development, Community Service, Engineering & Computer Science, Faculty, Home news sidebar, News |

Wright State will welcome more than 1,600 new students on Move-In Day

Much of the Wright State community will help new students move into residence halls and on-campus apartments during Move-In Day Aug. 25. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Business, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, Enrollment Management, Home news sidebar, Honors Program, Liberal Arts, News, Nursing & Health, Residence Life & Housing, Science & Mathematics, Undergraduate, University College |

Wright State professor outlines U.S. Senate race expectations

The U.S. Senate race between incumbent Rob Portman and former Gov. Ted Strickland is one of the most closely watched in the country. WYSO’s April Laissle sat down with Lee Hannah, assistant professor of political science at Wright State University, … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Cooper Farms gives to Lake Campus

The Cooper Farms Foundation gifted $75,000 for use in the agribusiness program at the Lake Campus. The program combines classroom instruction and real world perspectives from industry professionals to prepare students to excel in technical and business careers in the … Continue reading

Posted in Wright State in the News |

Enterprise Holdings Foundation invests in the professional development of Wright State students

$3,000 grant will be utilized for services and programs to help students launch their careers. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Career Services, Giving, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News |

University of Charleston’s Ray Loeser named head softball coach at Wright State

Ray Loeser served as the head softball coach at the University of Charleston in West Virginia the past five seasons. Continue reading

Posted in Home news sidebar, News, People of Wright State, Staff |

Wright State welcomes two new members to its Board of Trustees

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has appointed two new trustees to the 11-member Wright State University Board of Trustees. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, Multicultural Affairs and Community Engagement, News, People of Wright State, Urban Affairs and Geography |

Boonshoft School of Medicine offers three new certificate programs in global health, public health

The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences is offering the four certificate programs. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Center for Global Health, Center for Workforce Development, Home news sidebar, Master of Public Health, Medicine, News |