Modern Languages

Damaris Serrano receives national Panamanian award for book on literature

The University of Panama honors Damaris Serrano, associate professor of Spanish with an award for her book on Panamanian literature. Continue reading

Wright State alumna, faculty member lend Spanish skills at community vaccination clinic

Two members of the Wright State community volunteered to help those in need at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Continue reading

Governor DeWine to address students during Wright State University’s spring commencement ceremonies

Nearly 1,900 students are expected to graduate during Wright State’s spring commencement ceremonies in the Nutter Center on April 30 and May 1. Continue reading

No small feat

Martha Conkel Nghiem ’16 and her husband seek to revive a historic Dayton gem in St. Anne’s Hill

Dayton couple Martha Conkel Nghiem ’16 and her husband, Tung, took a huge leap of faith to buy a historic Dayton gem — the St. Anne’s Hill Wilhelmina house. Continue reading

Brushing up

International artists and scholars feed artwork of modern languages students in novel project

Modern languages students at Wright State put their feelings to the canvas following virtual seminars with international artists and scholars. Continue reading

Flavor enhancer

Wright State psychology and Spanish student Jazline Gomez putting Pepe’s Mexican Flavors on the map

Jazline Gomez, who majors in psychology and Spanish at Wright State, named her restaurant, Pepe’s Mexican Flavors, after her father. Continue reading

Foreign affair

Four Wright State grads picked by French government to teach English to schoolchildren in France

Three French graduates and an English graduate were selected to participate in France’s Teaching Assistant Program. Continue reading

Food group

Wright State’s French faculty members produce instructional cooking videos in their own kitchens

Faculty members produce videos to help current and former Wright State students practice their French and cooking skills. Continue reading

Home grown

Roots of pre-med student Yoon-Jae Yi run deep at Wright State

There’s no place like home. And for Yoon-Jae Yi, a psychology and French major, that place is Wright State University. Continue reading

Stepping up

Wright State student Rachael Mckinney helping women of Colombia with Footprints With Hope

Through her foundation Footprints With Hope, Rachael Mckinney has helped women in Colombia develop skills that foster independence. Continue reading