Health, Education, & Human Services

Nursing Chair Ann Stalter honored with public health nursing research award

Ann Stalter was recognized for her research into applied systems thinking to manage COVID‐19 decision-making in complex health care systems. Continue reading

Prepared for takeoff

Dozens of high school students from around the country learned about aviation, health care and cybersecurity at Air Camp at Wright State. Continue reading

Trauma toolbox

Wright State alumnus Ryan Garrison helps military veterans and first responders heal as president of Valor Therapeutics

Organizational leadership graduate Ryan Garrison provides music and art therapy to help veterans and first responders who have posttraumatic stress injuries. Continue reading

Diver striver

Wright State education and diving alumnus J.R. Geraci uses his degree to support career twists and turns

J.R. Geraci has dived into most everything in his life: college, water on the swim team and into business as the owner of the Beavercreek Pizza Dive. Continue reading

Wright State professor of nursing Ann Stalter receives national innovation award

Ann Stalter, professor of nursing, received the Jane Barnsteiner and Joann Disch Innovation Award from the Quality and Safety Education for Nurses. Continue reading

Professor emeritus Donna Miles Curry appointed trustee of Florence Nightingale Museum in London

Donna Miles Curry, professor emeritus of nursing, serves as the historian of the Wright State College of Nursing and Health. Continue reading

Spring 2021 commencement ceremonies in photos

Members of the class of 2021 celebrated graduation during four spring commencement ceremonies on April 30 and May 1 in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Nearly 1,900 students graduate at Wright State’s 2021 spring commencements

Wright State President Sue Edwards called attention to students’ resolve as the university and the broader community emerged from a fully COVID-impacted school year. Continue reading

Wright State student coordinates blue hue for autism

Wright State has lit prominent buildings and entryways around the Dayton Campus blue to support autism awareness. Continue reading

Governor DeWine to address students during Wright State University’s spring commencement ceremonies

Nearly 1,900 students are expected to graduate during Wright State’s spring commencement ceremonies in the Nutter Center on April 30 and May 1. Continue reading