Psychology

Three Wright State alumni reflect on longtime bonds, mental health landscape

Kelly Barcelo, Eric Henderson and Amy Van Dyke bonded as psychology students at Wright State and still work in the mental health field in Dayton today. Continue reading

Paving the way

Graduate student Zach Ashby finds his direction at Wright State

Graduate student Zach Ashby found the perfect option to pursue his career goals in Wright State’s graduate human factors and industrial/organizational psychology program. Continue reading

Dispatching dedication

Wright State senior Lexi Ricker impacts students during the day and serves her community at night

Lexi Ricker, a psychology and organizational leadership major at Wright State, thrives as leader in multiple student organizations. Continue reading

Path to Health Professions Day to introduce students to health care careers

Premier Health executive, Miami Valley Hospital chief medical officer and Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine alum to give keynote address

High school and college students can explore health care programs and careers on President’s Day during Wright State’s annual Path to Health Professions Day. Continue reading

Wright State to host workshop on AI’s impact in the workplace

Wright State will host AI and the Future of Work: A Roadmap for Effectively Incorporating AI Into the Workplace on Friday, Nov. 17. Continue reading

Wright State’s nursing program rises in U.S. News rankings

Wright State was also ranked in the newest U.S. News category for undergraduate psychology programs.

Wright State’s undergraduate nursing program continues to rise in the ranks as among the best in the nation for 2024, according to U.S. News and World Report. Continue reading

Wright State psychologist receives $500,000 grant for eye research

Scott N J Watamaniuk, a professor of psychology at Wright State, received a $500,000 grant to investigate how the brain coordinates the movements of the two eyes. Continue reading

Service etiquette

2022 Wright State graduate Anjali Edwards publishes book on how to interact with service dogs

Wright State psychology graduate Anjali Edwards was inspired to publish a book on service animals while working on a research project in the Applying Scientific Knowledge (ASK) program. Continue reading

Wright State University Foundation awards Students First Fund grants

Ten projects selected for the fifth year of Students First funding

The 10 projects that will receive Students First Fund grants will have far-reaching impacts on the Dayton and Lake campuses. Continue reading

Lake Campus named a Best Accredited College for associate degree in psychology

Lake Campus’ Associate of Arts in Psychology offers a broad range of psychology courses that help students determine which area of psychology they would like to pursue. Continue reading