Leadership Studies

Coming of age

Wright State professor Corey Seemiller authors new book on Generation Z with co-researcher Meghan Grace

Latest book by Corey Seemiller, associate professor of leadership studies in education and organizations, takes a deep look at the characteristics of Generation Z. Continue reading

Good conduct medal

Wright State vice president Gary Dickstein receives prestigious national honor from the Association for Student Conduct Administration

Gary Dickstein recognized for contributing significantly to the development of the Wright State campus and the field of student affairs. Continue reading

TEDxDayton 2018 has Wright State flavor

The sixth TEDxDayton will take place Oct. 12 from 1 to 6 p.m. at the Victoria Theatre in Dayton. Continue reading

Fourth season of ‘Veterans Voices’ launches on WYSO

The new season of “Veterans Voices” on WYSO presents stories produced by and featuring Wright State University student veterans. Continue reading

Graduate student appointed to state military education council

Erin Lunday, a veteran and doctoral student in the Organizational Studies Program, was appointed to the State Council on Educational Opportunity for Military Children. Continue reading

Making a difference

Cynthia Jones ’05 will donate her home to fund scholarship for Wright State students

Cynthia Jones will create a scholarship for Wright State students with financial need who are either African American or have a disability. Continue reading

Flying high

Air Camps attract educators from around the nation to Wright State

Wright State College of Education and Human Services organizes STEM professional development sessions for teachers from around the country as part of Air Camp. Continue reading

LANA director Julia Acosta appointed to ACE Women’s Network executive board

Julia Acosta will encourage faculty and staff to get involved as partners across the state to increase the number of women in leadership positions in higher education. Continue reading

Perfect partners

Wright State’s Summer Partnership Institute big success with educators

Hosted by the College of Education and Human Services, the Summer Partnership Institute offered free professional development sessions to about 180 local educators. Continue reading

Teacher candidates from Wright State and other Ohio public universities wield huge impact across the state

Teacher candidates from Wright State had an economic impact of $5.6 million during the 2016-17 academic year, a new study finds. Continue reading