Leadership Studies

Inside story

Wright State alumna Diane He gets up-close look at China as part of prestigious fellowship

Diane He, who graduated from Wright State with a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership, visited China after receiving a Zhi-Xing scholarship and fellowship. Continue reading

Studies on muscle disease, high blood pressure and phone addiction are among top research stories of 2019

From muscle diseases to high blood pressure to phone addiction, Wright State University faculty and students have pursued important research endeavors. Continue reading

Forging her own path

Jennifer Troutman pursued a master’s in student affairs in higher education at Wright State after a life-altering experience. 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

Active duty

Alumnus, staffer Kip Wright puts heart and soul into Wright State’s Lake Campus

Kip Wright earned two degrees at Lake Campus, founded its Police Academy, is the campus’ conduct officer and has served as president of the Lake Campus Alumni Network. Continue reading

Worldly wisdom

Grad student Holly-Kristina Averette comes home to Wright State after national, international hopscotching

Holly-Kristina Averette is pursuing her master’s degree in student affairs, works as an administrative assistant in the Office of the President and serves as a President’s Ambassador Continue reading

Battle tested

Wright State grad student Loghan Young turns military experience into college success

Loghan Young, a Master of Public Administration student, helps fellow veterans succeed as a graduate assistant in the Veteran and Military Center. 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

For the love of the game

Wright State soccer player Deri Corfe left his native England to continue to play the game that he loves in the United States. Continue reading

When opportunity knocks

A series of unexpected opportunities leads Christopher Tung ’12 to a successful career at Netflix

How a successful career in finance led alumnus Christopher Tung ’12 to his dream job at Netflix. Continue reading