Modern Languages

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

Full contact

Wright State nursing alumna Erin Mustard on the front lines of fighting spread of coronavirus

Erin Mustard, who earned bachelor’s degrees in nursing and Spanish from Wright State, is doing contact tracing of COVID-19 patients for the Clinton County Health District. Continue reading

Compassion passion

May 2020 Wright State grad Aubri Pritchett headed to medical school at NYU

Aubri Pritchett, who graduated on May 2 with bachelor’s degrees in biological sciences and Spanish, will begin pursuing a medical degree in the fall. Continue reading

Tower power

Social work major Rebekah Wyse calls study abroad trip to France experience of a lifetime

Rebekah Wyse decided to major in social work at Wright State so she could help others. Continue reading

Harrowing history

Stevie Kremer ’72 helps reveal survivor’s account of the Holocaust

A Dayton-area Holocaust survivor finally gets the chance to tell his story on paper, thanks to Stevie Kremer ’72. Continue reading

Harrowing history

Wright State alumna Stevie Kremer helps reveal survivor’s account of the Holocaust

Stevie Kremer helped Samuel Heider write “Miracle of Miracles,” documenting his Holocaust survival story. Continue reading

Journée D’Immersion

High school students visited Wright State to practice their French skills, learn more about the university and have fun during the annual French Immersion Day. Continue reading

French lesson

Wright State alum David Hardman uses French skills as springboard to life in France

Wright State graduate David Hardman fell in love with France while studying abroad. Continue reading

Opening the doors of opportunity

Retired Wright State professor Pierre Horn establishes a scholarship for students studying French

Pierre Horn, who taught at Wright State for 24 years, hopes his scholarship will encourage students to study French and travel to France or Quebec to improve their speaking ability. Continue reading