Monthly Archives: May 2020

Yellow Springs News: Wright State Archives collects pandemic memories

Excerpt How will we remember the coronavirus pandemic years from now, and how will those memories be presented to future generations? These are among the questions that archivists from Wright State University’s Special Collections and Archives began asking themselves in … Continue reading

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Wright State nursing alumna Erin Mustard on the front lines of fighting spread of coronavirus

Erin Mustard, who earned bachelor’s degrees in nursing and Spanish from Wright State, is doing contact tracing of COVID-19 patients for the Clinton County Health District. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Alumni Association, Coronavirus, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, Modern Languages, News, Nursing & Health |

2020 grad Jennifer Klingle named Intern of the Year by College of Engineering and Computer Science

Jennifer Klingle, who graduated from Wright State in May with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, interns at the Air Force Research Laboratory. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Alumni, Engineering & Computer Science, Home news sidebar, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, News |

Wright State partnering once more with nonprofit for free grief recovery workshop in Dayton

Loving Spirit, a nonprofit committed to helping transform the journey of loss, will launch a free webinar on June 1. Continue reading

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Wright State piano student David Chi-Tou Lao takes top honor in two statewide piano competitions

David Chi-Tou Lao, a piano performance major in the School of Music, bested competitors from a total of 11 universities and conservatories in the state competitions. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Arts Scene, Home news sidebar, International Students, Liberal Arts, Music, News |

DDN: Tom Hanks once took something from Dawne Dewey — or did he?

Excerpt Dawne Dewey has been safeguarding our history for decades. She’s the head of Special Collections & Archives at Wright State University, home to the largest Wright Brothers Collection in the world as well as millions of records, documents and … Continue reading

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Geographic Information Science certificate is gateway to multitude of different careers

GIS students will be able to apply state-of-the-art technology to collect and analyze spatial data to help spot patterns and trends. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Home news sidebar, Liberal Arts, News, School of Public and International Affairs |

College of Business dean talks to DDN about rebooting the economy

Thomas Traynor, professor of economics and dean of the Raj Soin College of Business, was interviewed by the Dayton Daily News about the reopening of the economy in the Dayton region and around Ohio and how long financial pain will … Continue reading

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Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

12 projects selected for the second year of Students First funding

The 12 projects selected for funding will have far-reaching impacts on both the Dayton and Lake campuses. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Career Services, Chemistry, Disability Services, Education & Human Services, Engineering & Computer Science, English, Giving, Home news sidebar, Lake Campus, Liberal Arts, News, Residence Life & Housing, Science & Mathematics, Student Success, Students First Fund, Teacher Education, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures |

Explore the Master of Public Health Program at an upcoming Virtual Open House

A career in public health might be right for you if you have ever considered a career that combines science, health care and working with the public. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Coronavirus, Enrollment Management, Home news sidebar, Master of Public Health, Medicine, News |