Monthly Archives: July 2017

Puck pluck

Wright State junior Scott Humes flourishes in the hockey rink despite hearing loss

Scott Humes, a business major at Wright State, helped Team USA Deaf/Hard of Hearing Hockey Team win a gold medal in the World Deaf Ice Hockey Championships. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Business, Disability Services, Marketing, News, Student Profile |

Book banquet

Special honorary funds enable Wright State’s Dunbar Library to enrich collection on designated topics

Established by English chair Carol Loranger, the Loretta M. Schaechterle Book Fund provides books and multimedia materials that promote an understanding of the lives of women in the United States. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Faculty & Staff, Giving, Home news sidebar, Humanities and Cultural Studies, Libraries, News |

Student veterans interview Iwo Jima survivor for Veterans Voices

Wright State student veterans received a firsthand account of Battle of Iwo Jima during an interview for the Veterans Voices Project. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Home news sidebar, Humanities and Cultural Studies, Liberal Arts, Military & Veterans, News |

Double reed

Students from around the country could be heard on Wright State University’s campus playing their hearts out during double reed camp. Continue reading

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

Wright State mass communication alumna promoted to evening news co-anchor

Excerpt 2 NEWS Today Anchor Brooke Moore will join Mark Allan as co-anchor on WDTN, the NBC affiliate in Dayton. Moore graduated from Wright State University in 2010 with a degree in mass communication. Many have been waking up to … Continue reading

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Wright State grad students help create commercialization success story

Jeremy Brunn and Alan Smith became two important members of the Kno.e.sis team that transformed Twitris into a Dayton-based startup company. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Computer Science and Engineering, Engineering & Computer Science, Graduate, Home news sidebar, News, Research, Special Categories |

Wright State course gives students from Switzerland up-close look at U.S. social work system

A comparative exchange course involves Swiss students coming to Wright State one year and Wright State students traveling to Switzerland the next. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Graduate, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Social Work, Social Work & Human Services |

International Friendship Program connects international students with the Dayton community

The International Friendship Program helps Wright State international students build relationships with faculty, staff, students and community members. Continue reading

Posted in Around Campus, Faculty & Staff, Home news sidebar, International Students, News, University Center for International Education |

Wright State’s HAPI Lab for high school students becomes focus of national interest

The outreach program was developed to promote, enrich and inform high school students about the anatomy and physiology of the human body Continue reading

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

Springfield News-Sun story: Wright State students uncover buried Clark County history

Excerpt Wright State University students are digging up history in George Rogers Clark Park to piece together what happened at the Battle of Piqua. The students are enrolled in field school, a six-week archaeological dig that has focused on the … Continue reading

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