Women in STEMM

Wright State professor Caroline Cao elected Fellow and secretary-treasurer-elect of national ergonomics organization

The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society is the world’s largest scientific association for human factors and ergonomics professionals. Continue reading

Wright State’s Cheryl Meyer featured as expert in ABC’s ‘The Last Defense’

Cheryl Meyer, associate dean of the School of Professional Psychology, was interviewed as an expert in forensic psychology for “The Last Defense.” Continue reading

Wright State professor Sherry Farra selected for prestigious award from American Association of Colleges of Nursing

The award recognizes faculty members who systematically investigates questions related to student learning and the conditions under which it occurs to improve outcomes. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine names Kimberly Paul chief administrative officer

Kimberly Paul has served as chief executive officer of Wright State Physicians since April 1, 2017. Continue reading

Sorority and fraternity presidential pride

Participating in student organizations is one of Lauren Pelan’s favorite things about Wright State. Continue reading

Research group recognizes Boonshoft School of Medicine professor with award

Marjorie Bowman will receive the Distinguished Research Mentor Award from the North American Primary Care Research Group. Continue reading

Naval force

Wright State medical student Christiana Draper brings Navy experience to medical school, neuroengineering research

Christiana Draper, an M.D./Ph.D. student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine, won a National Institutes of Health Diversity Supplement Award to support for her ALS research. Continue reading

LANA director Julia Acosta appointed to ACE Women’s Network executive board

Julia Acosta will encourage faculty and staff to get involved as partners across the state to increase the number of women in leadership positions in higher education. Continue reading

Boonshoft School of Medicine student receives AMA Foundation Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarship

Stephanie Welsh is committed to promoting the health of women and children by practicing medicine in a primary care field, while incorporating principles of public health into her practice. Continue reading

Gold standard

Elizabeth Freeman, who uses her degree to mine for gold in Alaska, had her college career interrupted for three years before returning. "I feel like I am finally achieving the goals I set out for myself all those years ago."

2015 Wright State graduate Elizabeth Freeman works as a geologist at a gold mine near Juneau, Alaska. Continue reading