Nursing, Kinesiology, & Health Sciences

An invaluable experience

Screams for help and sounds of a responding medical helicopter filled the air during a live training exercise at Wright State’s Calamityville Continue reading

Wright State recognized for several undergraduate programs, social mobility by U.S. News

U.S. News named Wright State’s undergraduate programs in engineering, computer science, nursing and business as among the best in the nation for 2022. Continue reading

Health care recruiters on hand at September Employer Speaker Series

The Employer Speaker Series will feature both speakers and recruiters from Dayton Children’s Hospital, Kettering Health and Premier Health. Continue reading

Wright State hosts future aviators for hands-on flight camp

Over 40 high school students from around the country learned about aviation, health care and engineering at Air Camp at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State ranked among top undergraduate nursing programs in the Midwest

Wright State’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is ranked the ninth-best in the Midwest and second in Ohio by NursingProcess.org. Continue reading

13 Wright State faculty, staff and alumni named to Dayton Business Journal Forty Under 40 list

The honorees include Amir Zadeh, associate professor of management information systems, and Brooke Johnson Leppla, associate director of alumni and donor marketing and communication. Continue reading

Wright State Nursing Chair Ann Stalter selected to advance environmental health nursing, research and education

Ann Stalter is a member of the inaugural cohort of the Environmental Health Research Institute for Nurse and Clinician Scientists. Continue reading

New master’s program in nursing administration set for fall 2022

The revised graduate program in nursing administration is designed to help nurses become effective leaders in the health care environment. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

Eleven projects were selected for the fourth year of Students First funding

Eleven projects received Students First Fund grants ranging from $1,554 to $6,555 in funding. Continue reading

Kimberly Ringo named exceptional nurse educator for her work during pandemic

Kimberly Ringo, a clinical assistant professor of nursing, was named exceptional nurse educator for March as part of the 2022 Year of the Nurse Educator celebration. Continue reading