Monthly Archives: November 2017

From Dayton.com: Wright State film grad to talk ‘Moonlight,’ Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’

Hannah Beachler, the award-winning production designer for the Oscar-winning film “Moonlight,” will discuss her work, including  Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” at 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4 in the Creative Arts Center at Wright State University, 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Fairborn. The talk is … Continue reading

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Synergy search

Wright State nursing educators win research grant to measure and improve teamwork

Wright State nursing educators will measure and improve synergy and teamwork among nursing students in class projects and in the nursing profession. Continue reading

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Scholarship recipient at Boonshoft School of Medicine plans to serve in an underserved community

Shanice Robinson, a third-year medical student, plans to go into primary care and serve in an underserved community after residency to fulfill her commitment to the National Health Service Corps. Continue reading

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Just dance

Zoe Dell Nutter establishes dance scholarship to benefit Wright State students

Zoe Dell Nutter met with Wright State dance majors to celebrate the creation of an endowed dance scholarship. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Arts Scene, Giving, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures |

Fairborn Daily Herald story: WSU students monitor Glen Helen water

Excerpt The fall class of environmental chemistry students at Wright State University will present results Wednesday, Dec. 13 of their water quality monitoring project in and around Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs. Students measured nutrients, pH, E. coli … Continue reading

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Wright State research featured by Radiological Society of North America

Excerpt Researchers using functional MRI (fMRI) have found that neurofeedback training has the potential to reduce the severity of tinnitus or even eliminate it, according to a study presented today at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North … Continue reading

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DDN story: Becoming Scrooge — what does it take to play Dickens’ iconic miser?

Excerpt   If you’re an actor in search of a juicy part, chances are you’ve had your eye on Ebenezer Scrooge. The iconic misanthrope has been a popular character since 1843 when author Charles Dickens penned a “ghostly little book” … Continue reading

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DBJ story: Wright State proposes $8M renovation project to relocate historic materials

Excerpt Wright State University is planning an $8.2 million relocation and renovation project to better preserve its historic collections. The university’s Archives Center Modernization Project would include the renovation of 30,000 square feet of space at 2455 Presidential Drive, and the … Continue reading

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Teaching of English propels budding partnership between Wright State and University of Babylon

The University of Babylon wants to model teaching at its English-language center after that of Wright State’s Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes (LEAP) Intensive English Program. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, English, Home news sidebar, International Students, Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes (LEAP), Liberal Arts, News |

Poverty Project

Wright State newswriting students making a big splash with ambitious initiative

Communication students have spent the fall semester putting a human face on the region’s poor and chronicling the causes and effects of being destitute. Continue reading

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