Leadership Studies in Education & Organizations

Finding the right fit

Yakai Kamara, a public health and organizational leadership major, has done a lot to find her place after transferring to Wright State. Continue reading

Elevated voice

2013 graduate and rising gospel star Isaiah Templeton returned to Wright State to perform with Elevation Worship at the Nutter Center. Continue reading

Wright State graduate making impact in Dayton and Liberia with Library for Africa project

As the founder of Library for Africa, Veleta Jenkins is working to build a technology-focused library in Liberia. Continue reading

Cleaning service

A business owned by Wright State alumni spent two weeks cleaning the exterior of the Nutter Center. Continue reading

Safety spirit

Kurt Holden named Wright State’s director of public safety

Kurt Holden, a two-time Wright State graduate, rose up the ranks in the university police force during this 13-year career. Continue reading

Wright State education alumna named a state Teacher of the Year

Wright State alumna Jenn Stormer teaches STEM in grades three through six at in Northmont City Schools. 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

Student Affairs in Higher Education project helps graduate students improve their health while learning how to help others

An innovative program provides online wellness coaching for graduate students in the Student Affairs in Higher Education Program. Continue reading

Wright State’s online Master of Science in Leadership Development program develops leaders across all industries

The Master of Science in Leadership Development helps practitioners develop critical leadership competencies for today’s workforce. Continue reading

A positive force of energy

Wright State grad student Kelly Lynn Gibson releases book on wellness and women’s empowerment

Kelly Lynn Gibson is a leadership development grad student at Wright State, a mother of four, health coach and fitness professional, head of a company promoting well-being and an author. Continue reading