People of Wright State

Fourth time’s the charm

After years of hard work, Reginald Gibson finally marched in a graduation ceremony as a member of the class of 2022

Reginald Gibson endured a multitude of trials and tribulations on his way to earning a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from Wright State. Continue reading

Prolific purveyor

The art of selling through storytelling

Wright State alumnus James Pearson is well known for helping emerging companies build successful global public relations plans. Continue reading

Prediction puzzle

Wright State business student Christopher Broach receives a scholarship to help pursue an organ transplant project

Management information systems Christopher Broach is investigating cancer in organ transplant patients. Continue reading

Civil conversations

Political science major Austin Leist wants to make a career out of having civil arguments as a lawyer and possibly a prosecuting attorney. Continue reading

Naturally curious

Margarita Ronayne's sense of curiosity led to dual bachelor's degrees from Wright State

Margarita Ronayne took an unconventional path to earn dual bachelor’s degrees in psychology and biological sciences from Wright State this spring. Continue reading

Brand awareness

Wright State marketing alum Marshall Ward thriving as associate product manager for ACCO Brands

If you’re wondering about the value of college internships, check in with Wright State marketing alumnus Marshall Ward. Continue reading

Sound judgment

Wright State business major Jonathan Mohr composes soundtracks for film students

Jonathan Mohr, a management information system major at Wright State, started writing music for student films during the Fall Semester. Continue reading

Jump start

Wright State ROTC cadet Caleb Matos sets his sights on becoming an Army Ranger

Parachuting out of airplanes is what did it. Although he admitted having the jitters before his first jump, the experience cemented psychology major Caleb Matos’ desire to become a U.S. Army Ranger. Continue reading

Mission control

Wright State business alumnus, military veteran Mike Thirtle leads the Gary Sinise Foundation

As a full-time military officer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, he had little free time to take night classes at Wright State. But Mike Thirtle made time. Continue reading

Medical attention

Wright State medical student Weilong Wang organizes study sessions in the Veteran and Military Center

Weilong Wang, an Army Reserve soldier and medical student, and several classmates are often studying in the Veteran and Military Center from sunup to sundown. Continue reading