Seven Wright State University graduating seniors were honored as Top Scholars for their colleges.
The students were recognized by the Wright State Parents Association and the Friends of the Libraries at a reception April 5 in Dunbar Library. Each student was selected by the dean’s office of their college.
The Top Scholars are awarded a book in their subject area that becomes a permanent part of the University Libraries’ collection. Over the past 25 years, more than 140 books have been added to the Libraries’ collection in honor of Top Scholar recipients.
The 2019 Top Scholars:
Raj Soin College of Business
Book: “Economics of Crowdfunding: Startups, Portals and Investor Behavior,” edited by Douglas Cumming and Lars Hornuf
College of Education and Human Services
Book: “Acute and Emergency Care in Athletic Training,” by Michelle A. Clearly and Katie Walsh Flanagan
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Book: “Visual Knowledge Discovery and Machine Learning,” by Boris Kovalerchuk
Book: “Integrated Approach to Neuroscience,” by Julian Pittman
College of Liberal Arts
Book: “Women and Dictionary Making: Gender, Genre and English Language Lexicography,” by Lindsay Rose Russell
College of Nursing and Health
Book: “Maternity, Newborn and Women’s Health Nursing: A Care-Based Approach,” by Amy Mandeville O’Meara
College of Science and Mathematics
Book: “Predictive Statistics: Analysis and Inference Beyond Models,” by Bertrand S. Clarke and Jennifer L. Clarke