Author Archives: Dennis Bova

Wright State’s Civil Rights Pilgrimage to include international students, special guest

Students from Wright State, Central State and Sinclair Community College will participate in the Civil Rights Pilgrimage bus tour in Ohio and Kentucky. Continue reading

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Helping those in need

Wright State MPA student makes an impact in the community in Dayton and Burundi

Angela Bingaya, a Master of Public Administration student at Wright State, helps people in need in Burundi and Dayton through her family’s nonprofit organization. Continue reading

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Gandhi’s great-grandson visits Wright State, gives lecture on health disparities

Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, discussed health care disparities during the Earl H. Morris, M.D., Endowed Lecture at Wright State. Continue reading

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Wright State School of Music’s accreditation renewed

Wright State’s Music Program has gained reapproval by the National Association of Schools of Music, its national accrediting body. Continue reading

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Wright State researcher Corey Seemiller releases new book on ‘Gen Z Around the World’

Corey Seemiller, professor of leadership studies in education and organizations at Wright State, examines Generation Z from a global perspective in her latest book. Continue reading

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Gandhi’s great-grandson to visit Wright State, promote inclusivity

Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, will give the Earl H. Morris, M.D., Endowed Lecture on Jan. 31 during a daylong visit at Wright State. Continue reading

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New ambassador cohort to help international grad students at Wright State

Graduate ambassadors will help new international graduate students succeed academically and personally at Wright State. Continue reading

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Passion patrol

State trooper pursues an MPA at Wright State while drumming up help for others battling trauma

Joseph Weeks, a sergeant with the Ohio State Highway Patrol, is using lessons learned in Wright State’s Master of Public Administration program to help others working to overcome trauma. Continue reading

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Dayton Daily News: Latest ‘gem’ of a team takes gold

Wright State's research team earns top honors at international competition.

Wright State’s International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) team earned a gold medal at the competition in Paris in November, after its silver medal in 2022 and bronze medal in 2021. Continue reading

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Wright State music graduate Michael Bard plays Carnegie Hall, helps veterans with PTSD

Michael Bard, a Wright State music performance graduate and classical guitarist, performed a sold-out concert at in the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York. Continue reading

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