People of Wright State

Down to earth

Wright State grad student David Peterman has discovered fossils from California to the Carolinas

Ph.D. student David Peterman says fieldwork and travel has given him the skills to better understand the complexity of the world. Continue reading

Location, location, location

Wright State grad student Nathan Bubash uses GIS to help transit companies plan bus routes

Nathan Bubash, who is pursuing a master of public administration at Wright State, turned an internship with a transportation company into a full-time job. Continue reading

Spanish sparkle

Lake Campus education student Katelyn Umstead sees Spain in her future

After working at an education camp in Spain, Wright State senior Katelyn Umstead hopes to teach in Spain following graduation in May. Continue reading

Sound check

Wright State alumna Jocelyn Robinson on the hunt for historic audio at nation’s historically black schools

Wright State alumna Jocelyn Robinson is working with historically black colleges and universities to preserve audio recordings. Continue reading

Activism analysis

Wright State alumna Crystal Whetstone researching mothers as political force

Crystal Whetstone, who earned degrees in political science and international and comparative politics at Wright State, researches women’s participation in politics. Continue reading

No doubt about it

Research award for Wright State biology student Tara-Yesomi Wenegieme shows lab prowess

Tara-Yesomi Wenegieme, a biological sciences major at Wright State, wants to become a doctor and conduct research, possibly in pathology. Continue reading

Space probe

Wright State alumna Dorothy Carter working with NASA on performance in space missions

Psychology grad Dorothy Carter will give two talks at Wright State on Feb. 7 about her research and at the Women in Science Giving Circle’s 10 Year Celebration. Continue reading

‘Miles to go before I sleep’

Wright State graduate student Syeda Bahar shines as a campus and community leader

Syeda Bahar, a master of public administration student, is a leader on campus, has interned with nonprofit community organizations and has participated in an international leadership conference. Continue reading

Caribbean karma

Lake Campus nursing alum Annette Huelskamp launches career from humble start in Haiti

Annette Huelskamp fulfilled a lifelong dream of working as a nurse after she graduated from the nursing program at Wright State Lake Campus. Continue reading

CBC: Saving lives, cracking cases is in Dan Krane’s blood, DNA

Wright State University’s Dan Krane is an AB-negative donor, the rarest of all blood types and the universal donor for platelets and plasma. Continue reading