Staff

Boonshoft School of Medicine names new diversity and inclusion specialist

Mel Brown joins the Boonshoft School of Medicine’s Office of Student Affairs and Admissions after serving in academic roles at various universities in the Dayton area. Continue reading

Cookie conversation

The Wright State Staff Council and the Staff Morale Committee hosted a cookie decorating party in the Student Union Atrium on Dec. 19. Continue reading

High rank

For the second time in in the last four years, Kurt Holden has received a well-deserved promotion from the Wright State University Police Department. Continue reading

Research led by medical school staff member finds organizational leader assessments lacking

As part of her doctoral research, Colleen Hayden designed a study to help fill the absence of knowledge on the subject of leader engagement. Continue reading

Paige Früchtnicht-Ponchak joins Wright State as gallery coordinator

Paige Früchtnicht-Ponchak plays many roles as the head of Wright State’s Stein Galleries. Continue reading

Jane Wildermuth honored by Academic Library Association of Ohio

Jane Wildermuth Wildermuth received a TEDDY Award for distinguished service from the Technical Electronic and Digital Services Interest Group. Continue reading

Nick Warrington to oversee ARTSGala as COLA’s director of events and community engagement

Nick Warrington, a 2012 Wright State graduate, hopes to attract more first-time attendees and enhance the experience of all attendees at ARTSGala. Continue reading

Wright State alumni lead Oktoberfest at Dayton Art Institute

Wright State grads Patty and Michael Griest, who is also director of student enrollment services are co-chairs of the Dayton Art Institute’s annual Oktoberfest. Continue reading

We are family

Katrina Merriweather and her team finish season strong with unifying trip to NCAA tournament

Coach Katrina Merriweather says the Raiders’ successful 2018-19 season was due to her players’ decision to ignore distractions, work hard and come together as a team. Continue reading

Prevent defense

Tylar O’Neal-White heads up Wright State’s Power Based Violence Program

Tylar O’Neal-White provides support and resources for students who experience power-based violence. Continue reading