Psychology

The disabled parenting dilemma

Kara Ayers, Ph.D., ’04 has been on the leading edge of the lightly researched topic of struggles faced by parents with disabilities

Kara Ayers is actively involved in disability policy through her work at the University of Cincinnati University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Continue reading

Five female students receive Considine Scholarships to fund undergraduate research in campus labs

The Considine Scholars Program funds undergraduate STEM research positions for female Wright State students. Continue reading

Lake Campus’ psychology program ranked one of the best and most affordable

The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Program at the Lake Campus is one of the nation’s best and most affordable, according to University Headquarters. Continue reading

Spring class notes

Meet three outstanding alumni who are featured in the spring 2021 issue of the Wright State University Magazine. Continue reading

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Wright State alumnus and Air Force researcher Brian Simpson honored by the Acoustical Society of America

Wright State psychology alumnus Brian Simpson was named as a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America. Continue reading

Two alumni appointed national trustees for Wright State

Ricky Peters ’84 received a bachelor’s degree in systems engineering, and Brittney C. Whiteside ’07, ’12 received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling. 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

Wright State receives Defense Department funds to acquire advanced MRI scanner

New MRI scanner will allow Wright State to expand its neuroscience research and create a neuroimaging center for cognitive technologies. 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

Opening doors

Scholarship from the National Training and Simulation Association provides valuable learning opportunities for Wright State students

Wright State seniors Zack Carpenter and Matt Barrett received scholarships and funds to attend the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in December. Continue reading