Modern Languages

Literary lioness

Wright State’s Damaris Serrano again wins highest literary honor awarded by her native Panama

Damaris Serrano, associate professor of Spanish at Wright State, received Panama’s Ricardo Miró National Award for her essay on the evolution of Panamanian poetry and literature. Continue reading

Learning landscape

Wright State’s Amanda Harris presents New Media Incubator research at national conference

Amanda Harris, a communication studies student who interns in the New Media Incubator, helped beginning French students work on their language skills by producing storytelling videos. Continue reading

Military models

Five Wright State Army ROTC grads honored nationally as Distinguished Military Graduates
Wright State Army ROTC cadets raise the flag in observane of Memorial Day.

Distinguished Military Graduates made up 50 percent of Wright State’s Army ROTC commissioning class. Continue reading

Doubling down

2018 Wright State grad Julia Gomez-Cambronero combines her love of theater and Spanish for double degrees

2018 Wright State graduate Julia Gomez-Cambronero’s Spanish heritage influences her theatre performances. Continue reading

More than 2,000 students to graduate at Wright State’s 2018 spring commencement

Wright State University will hold its 2018 spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, April 28, at 10 a.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center. Continue reading

Speaking our language

Modern languages alumni will discuss their careers during a panel discussion. Continue reading

Boonshoft Scholars scholarship recipient committed to serving others

Julia Hitchcock, who graduated with a degree in biology from Wright State in 2017, is the recipient of the four-year Boonshoft Scholars scholarship. Continue reading

Scrap value

Wright State alum Sheila Skimmerhorn remembers the university’s beginnings

Sheila Skimmerhorn, the first student to register and complete her degree at what would become Wright State, kept a scrapbook of the university’s early days. Continue reading

Outstanding job in Guinea

Wright State grad Jacob Miller uses his French degree to land a position with the Peace Corps in Guinea. Continue reading