Humanities and Cultural Studies

Wright State honors outstanding faculty at inaugural research awards event

Wright State faculty were honored with the Outstanding Scholarly and Creative Activities Awards and the Public Impact Recognition Awards. Continue reading

Finding a sense of purpose

Kaycie Bolin soared to new heights as a nontraditional student at Wright State

2023 alumna Kaycie Bolin found a sense of purpose and fulfillment while studying French and English at Wright State. Continue reading

Inclusive service

Wright State student A Tassy finds their calling in serving their community

Wright State graduate student A Tassy seeks to serve the needs of their community through the nonprofit organization Inclusive Fairborn. Continue reading

A summer in Cooperstown

Alex Buchheit, a graduate public history student at Wright State, enjoyed a summer of a lifetime where baseball heroes are immortalized. Continue reading

Photo development

Wright State staff member Ashley Cheak pushes artistic boundaries during a fellowship at Dayton Art Institute

As a Yeck College Artist Fellow, Ashley Cheak experimented with alternative photographic processes and darkroom techniques to elevate her understanding of photography. Continue reading

Wright State alumnus, private investigator wins La Mega Hispanic Business Award

Francisco Marques, who earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and a Master of Humanities from Wright State, was honored for his work as a professional private investigator. Continue reading

Let’s roll

Wright State faculty member Megan Faragher finds connections between the classroom and roller derby rink

Megan Faragher, an associate professor of English at Wright State’s Lake Campus, is co-captain of the nationally ranked Gem City Roller Derby team. Continue reading

Contemporary cupping

Coffee business is a ‘dream come true’ for Wright State alumna

Two-time Wright State graduate Mindy Hoffbauer partnered with her son to open ContempoRoast coffee shop in Centerville. Continue reading

Friends of the Libraries’ Luncheon to feature Wright State professor, author Erin Flanagan

Erin Flanagan, professor of English, will discuss how creativity provides tools to process the world at the Friends of the Libraries’ Annual Luncheon on April 26. Continue reading

Social Justice Fair at Wright State to highlight student accomplishments

The annual Social Justice Fair will highlight the accomplishments of Wright State and secondary students and their teachers and feature a talk by award-winning storyteller Lyn Ford. Continue reading